Tony Orlando Morse 1978 Submitter: Nothing brings the youth to the library like Tony Orlando. My colleague and I are in our 30’s. Together, we had to google his name just to see if we knew any of his songs. This
The Bee Gees Schumacher 1979 Hubba hubba! May I present to you the hotties of 1979, The Bee Gees. What a great choice for the public middle school library that submitted this book! Well, 35 years ago, anyway. It could
Madonna Koopmans 2003 Submitter: 2003 doesn’t really seem like it was that long ago, but gee whiz is this dated now! This cover photo was bad even way back then. Zombie alert! Holly: Preach, Papa, preach! Preach the righteousness of collection quality!
The Beach Boys Holcomb 2003 This was submitted by a middle school library. I’m of two minds about this one. On the one hand, middle schoolers could not care less who The Beach Boys are. They are having Fun, Fun,
‘N Sync Backstage Pass Your Kickin’ Keepsake Scrapbook Johns 1999 I know you are all dying to get the inside scoop on the ‘N Sync boys. I usually confuse this group with the Backstreet Boys, much to the horror of
Hangin’ With Aaron Carter Johns 2001 Evidently, Aaron Carter is primarily famous for being the brother of Nick Carter (of Backstreet Boys fame) and for having a few hits in the early 2000s. Yes, I admit, I had to ask
Boy George and Culture Club David 1984 Ah yes, more 80s musicians. Boy George led an interesting life AFTER this book was written, what with his tragic heroin addiction and subsequent addiction to the prescription narcotics he used to kick
Michael Jackson : music’s living legend Reaching for the Stars series Wallner 1991 Submitter: Holy buckets. I found this unfortunately titled biography while doing some clean-up in our catalog – this was in a high school library, although with any luck not