The Big Book of Fabulous Fun-Filled Celebrations and Holiday Crafts Fobel and Boleach 1978 Some of these crafts must be seen to be believed. There is the shrimp and olive Christmas tree (3rd picture below). Nothing says birth of our
Easter Eggs for Everyone Coskey 1973 Submitter: It’s more than you would ever want to know about decorating Easter eggs (including Egg Lore and Legends and Egg Customs), and it has some very non-PC text. Intro page is cleverly shaped
It’s Time For Thanksgiving Sechrist and Woolsey 1957 As we start heading into November, I thought I would share this little holiday gem that had not left the shelf in at least 20 years. It might have been longer than
How To Make Christmas Ornaments Hendricks 1973 Submitter: Decorate your tree 70’s style! Found this gem in the oversized book section. We especially adored the earrings and the “Christmas Tree.” Holly: OMG, those earrings! Hiddeous. These ornaments look just like
All Holidays Menus Grunes 1984 December holiday madness is in full swing. Those of you looking to expand your repertoire of holiday themed food will probably need this book. Of course there are menus for Thanksgiving or Halloween, but I
Big Bob and the Magic Valentine’s Day Potato Pinkwater 1999 Submitter: Our Valentine’s picture book collection is more than a little bit sad. I found TWO copies of this little gem mixed in with a dozen or so other titles. Even
Redneck night before Christmas Davis 1997 Submitter: Between the eerily disproportionate illustrations and the highly questionable content, I think this is one of the best books I’ve found in our collection. Santa in camouflage with “Bless the NRA” on his cap
The Christmas Tree Foley 1960 Submitter: There’s really nothing wrong with this book, aside from the god-awful pictures and the fact that no 21st century teenager is going to pick this one up when we have newer, more attractive books available.