Happy Jack’s Mime Time Feder 1985 Long time readers of this site probably know my issues with clowns. To me, mimes are similar to clowns, though not as terrifying. As mime books go, I would imagine this isn’t too bad.
Enlarging is Thrilling -Or the Joy of Making Big Ones Out of Little Ones Herold 1945 I had no idea what was being enlarged until I picked up this little book. By the way, they are enlarging photos, which was
User: Infotechnodemo Lunenfeld Visuals: Gerritzen 2005 Submitter: This is in a university’s engineering and science library. It’s in the QA 76.9’s (for those more familiar with Dewey, that’s the more theoretical books about computers). We found it misshelved and happened
Writers’ Voices series Submitter: Look what gems we found in our collection; dusty, middle chapters from lots of books! They are a series of middle chapters of stories meant especially to be used by literacy volunteers. There is a blurb about
How to be a compleat clown Sanders 1978 Holly is usually the one that answers our submissions/emails, so you can imagine how much she enjoyed forwarding this one to me for posting. She is just hilarious. Submitter: This one just came,
The Donner Party Keithley 1972 Submitter: Because I’m in California, information about the Donners counts as local history, but I don’t think poetry about the Donners actually fits in this category. There are better poetry books and better books about the
Professional Rock and Roll: 15 experts tell you about forming a band, guitars, amplifiers, lead singing, sound systems, light shows, writing and copyrighting songs, traveling and performing as the hit groups do Wise 1967 Submitter: I am sure there is some
How to Jitterbug Javna 1984 Submitter: It totally doesn’t belong in the children’s library collection anymore, but it’s more AWESOME Library Book than Awful (actually, one of my coworkers took it home for her own collection as soon as I