“They’re all writers” : teaching peer tutoring in the elementary writing center Jennifer Sanders and Rebecca L. Damron 2017 Submitter: We are a University library, dedicated to Education curriculum and teaching methods. This title and subject are perfect for our
Adobe Premier Pro CC 2015 Release Classroom in a Book Jago 2016 Submitter: I swear we didn’t do this on purpose. Also, I’ve taken to singing the title of this series (Classroom in a Book) to the tune of The
Men in groups Tiger 1969 Submitter: Today’s submission is one of the worse condition books I have ever seen on a shelf. I know budgets are stretched thin, but there seems little reason to put so much effort in to this
Billy, the Condominium Cat Slobodkina 1980 Submitter: “Billy, the Condominium Cat” – what could go wrong? Holly: This is a children’s book, so hopefully they won’t catch the joke because they won’t know what a condom is. On the other
The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher Bang 1980 Submitter: I have a really liberal collection development philosophy, especially for a public high school, but this book just couldn’t stay. Really? The people who designed the spine thought writing it
(No idea what book this is…) Submitter: This came in from Brodart today. A real smack in the face! Holly: Ha ha! So it’s presumably “F” for Fiction and “You” is either the first three letters of the author’s last name,
(No idea what book this is…) Submitter: I think you might enjoy this photo of a book with a serious case of label overload. It appeared in the book drop today. It’s a discard from a public library’s book lease collection.
The Grape Thief Franklin 2003 Submitter: Let’s hear it for more bad label placement. I really hate Accelerated Reader. This just helps with the pile on. I noticed the book displayed on an open shelf. I’m really surprised no one