As we close up National Library Week for 2019, I thought I would revisit some of my youth and teen favorites that are all about the library life. I personally would snap up any of these books in a book
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.
I Can Use Tools Kesselman and Peterson 1981 I am all about maker type materials and info for kids in the public library setting. This book is pretty basic and does outline the most common tools. Good idea. However, the
What to do when your mom or dad says… “We can’t afford it” Berry 1983 Joy Berry is a regular here at ALB. We have posted some of her stuff before here and here. Usually, these books are about a
Developing Library Skills Guide to Discovering and Using Library Resources Lakritz 1989 As we close out our National Library Week posts, we need to have something for the kids. I know we want the kids to know all about the
Wonders of Ancient Chinese Science Silverberg 1969 Submitter: The juvenile nonfiction section at my public library hasn’t been weeded in a very long time, as evidenced by this book about Chinese scientists. I include a picture of the card pocket
Rolypolyology Ross 1995 Submitter: Older science experiment books involving animals are always a bit scary. This one contains an experiment that involves dropping the bugs in water and timing to see how long until they drown. I’m sure there are
McCall’s Golden Do-It Book Wyckoff, Comstock, and Dugan 1960 Submitter: When you get bored, what do you do? I reach for my trusty McCall’s Golden DO-IT BOOK. There is so much you can do with the DO-IT book, but my favorite is