Lamaze is for Chickens: A Guide to Prepared Childbirth Green & Naab 1985 Submitter: This book was recently weeded from [a] Community Library in [Wisconsin]. Not only is it falling apart and thirty years old, but it is also a childbirth
Questions Women Ask Duncan 1971 Submitter: This book was actually brought to my attention because it was identified as “rare” by one of our consortia and included in a list of books recommended for retention. Upon reviewing the book it
Entertaining to Please Him Bradford 1969 Ladies! Here is your chance to really please your man. Forget all those other ways (nudge, nudge). What a man really wants is the perfect hostess. This book has all sorts of tips on
How to be a more interesting woman Wedgwood 1965 Ladies, here is your chance to shed your boring personality. Learn to speak “properly” with a variety of conversation topics. Don’t be too aggressive and attempt to share your personal opinions.
How to Beat the Blahs Littauer 1979 As a long sufferer of the “blahs”, this book is beyond awful. For the time, this was probably how most folks thought about depression. Basically, with a little lipstick and a new outfit,
How to Catch a Man How to Keep a Man How to Get Rid of a Man Gabor 1970 Youngsters, you probably don’t remember the Gabor sisters. They were kind of like proto-Kardashians. Zsa Zsa and her sister Eva were Hollywood
Making It Work Finding the Time and Energy for Your Career, Marriage, Children and Self Houston 1990 This is one of those books that profess to fix your life and tell you how to have everything, also known as that
Always Ask a Man the key to femininity Dahl 1965 (paperback: 1967) Ladies! Your wait is over! Arlene Dahl is here to tell you all the insider secrets of catching and keeping a man. Inside you will find tons of