Your Food and You Zim 1957 This is one of those science/health titles all about food. The illustrations are typical 1950s but just weird enough to have me looking twice. Check out the illustration of the woman with a goiter.
The Agoraphobia Workbook: A Comprehensive Program to End Your Fear of Symptom Attacks Pollard and Zuercher-White 2003 Submitter: We all wondered how exactly an agoraphobic would find this book on the shelves of our library? And I thought the
Early Detection Breast Cancer is Curable Strax 1974 A breast cancer book from 1974? You have got to be kidding me! Maybe the holding library liked the groovy cover. I don’t need to say that this book in a health
Maria’s Grandma Gets Mixed Up Sanford 1989 I know all of you look forward to when our favorite author discusses major social problems. This time Doris tackles Alzheimer’s disease. Given the destructive nature of Alzheimer’s, books geared to kids should be
Breast Cancer Landau 1995 As of this writing this was still in a medium sized public library’s teen nonfiction collection. I love the idea of a book about cancer directed at teens, but 1995 is too old for information on
Alex, the kid with AIDS Walvoord Girard 1991 Submitter: What is worse than finding an awful library book on your shelf? Finding it because a patron tagged your library on Instagram! This book was shelved in the children’s fiction area
David Has Aids Sanford 1989 Yes, our friend Doris is back for another instructive lesson on the realities of life. In today’s story, a boy named David has AIDS (not HIV) and is dying. Long time readers will recognize the
Diabetes and Pregnancy A Guide for the Prospective Mother with Diabetes Graber, Christman, Rawlings, and Boehm 1973 Isn’t this an attractive looking book? I think the excessive tape and dirt also add to its ambiance. The big question is why is