How to be Really Funny Stolzenberg 1988 I’m not sure a book can tell you how to be funny, whoops, I mean really funny, but this book does. It literally tells you what is funny. Example: simple mindedness also known
Tap Dancing Atwater 1971 I am sure that all the kids will lining up to pick up some tap dance tips from this attractive book. I initially thought this book was much older than 1971 given the somewhat 50s-looking cover
Fun With Ventriloquism Van Rensselaer 1955 As a kid, I thought ventriloquism was kind of cool and do remember Edgar Bergen and Shari Lewis. In 1968, I would have been all over this book (if the puppets weren’t too creepy).
Ah-One, Ah-Two: Life with My Musical Family Welk with McGeehan 1974 My America, Your America Welk with McGeehan 1976 Submitter: Here are two of the four Lawrence Welk biographies in our collection. The full color foldout of the whole cast
Disco Dance Steps Villari 1978 Submitter: […My] coworkers know I love disco music. Sadly, I can’t dance, even with the help of the hundreds of disco tutorials on YouTube. But I love this book. However, most of our dance items
Disco with Donny and Marie Heaton and Zimmerman 1979 I had a reference question a while back where I had to explain Donny and Marie to a teenager. God, I felt old. If you are more than 40 years or
Be a Clown Stolzenberg 2002 Long time site fans will know that I have clown “issues”. However, that does not mean that I get to exempt my collection from clown materials. I just don’t want to be alone when dealing
Disco Hustle Lovisone 1979 Submitter: I found this in the 790s…and it was not the only disco book I found. The guy on the cover looks a bit like Freddy Mercury, don’t you think? The song is still running through