The Russians in Space Bergaust 1969 As you all know, juvenile/teen nonfiction collections always get me worked up when they are too old. Please don’t write me and tell me about historical perspective, it is better than nothing, etc. I
The Klingon Dictionary Okrand 1985 As a devotee of all things Star Trek, I would absolutely consider this for the collection. So what do we need to consider? This book is copyrighted by Paramount, the mother ship of all things
The French in America In America Series Kunz 1966 Submitter: I present to you the “In America” series. Most are from the 1960’s, although a few were revised around 1980. The content isn’t so bad, except it’s outdated – The
Communism, Democracy and Catholic Power Blanchard 1951 Since I started floating through catalogs, I have enjoyed using a keyword search for communists since usually there is something funny or dated. I came across this title. Any Cold War era publication
Sunburnt Africa: In Pencil, Paint and Prose Cottrell 1965 Submitter: “At first glance, it’s a highly dated travelogue of Africa punctuated with quite beautiful color artwork and nicely done pencil sketches. It’s only when you read the text that the
Hawaii Hello USA series Johnston 1995 Submitter: May I present to you the 1995 cover of a children’s book about Hawaii, from Lerner Publications’ Hello USA series, discovered while weeding my long-neglected States books collection at my branch library today.
Go For Free! The Complete Guide to Free and Discount Vacations Sheridan 1989 This books has two huge tears in the front cover. That’s strike one. It was written in 1989. There’s strike two. This would be a great book if
Canada Young Giant of the North Leitch 1964 I was so excited to learn about our neighbor to the north. This was definitely written for an American audience. Toward the end was a nice historical timeline comparing Canada and the US. Too bad it