Stress for Success: How to Make Stress on the Job Work for You Hanson 1991 Submitter: I just can’t even. Holly: Hanson had a few stressy books in the late 80s/early 90s. The Joy of Stress seems to be a
Pot: What it is, What it does Tobias 1979 Get it? Weed the weed books? Ha! I’m hilarious. Anyway. Pot is a hot topic right now. To be blunt, budding librarians may not get that even drug books have a shelf life.
How to Kick the Habit! A Guide to Drug Withdrawal Alexander and Alexander 1973 This book is super groovy and has lots of advice about methadone treatment and diet to help kick your drug habit. This book is such a
Careers in Dope Waldorf 1973 I really don’t know what to say. I can’t tell if the this title was really a joke or trying to be provocative. I guess it works either way. The text is an academic study
Driving High The Hazards of Driving, Drinking and Drugs Taylor 1983 Wow aren’t you scared by the cover? I hope it sobers you up quick. I plucked this from a smallish public library’s teen nonfiction collection. The majority of the
I’m Black and I’m Sober: A Minister’s Daughter Tells Her Story About Fighting the Disease of Alcoholism – and Winning Allen 1978 Submitter: A private mental health library recently closed and I went over to select titles for my library. While
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Nevitt 1996 This is just another example of a dated teen nonfiction choice. (My personal hot button for collection awfulness….seriously, does anyone weed teen nonfiction?) The information is outdated of course. The book was also more about
Teen Alcoholism Nielsen 1990 The Facts About Teen Pregnancy Guernsey, Larsen, and Wynne 1989 Submitter: The Teen Alcoholism book was checked out by a student who thought the picture of the girl with mall hair swigging from the paper enshrouded