The Bee Gees Schumacher 1979 Hubba hubba! May I present to you the hotties of 1979, The Bee Gees. What a great choice for the public middle school library that submitted this book! Well, 35 years ago, anyway. It could
The Town is On Fire Healey 1979 Submitter: This is from the 70’s. I just thought it was a rather stunning picture. It looks like Mark Hamill and Mick Jagger and I don’t even know who that scary guy in
The Carols of Christmas McKuen 1971 Submitter: Here are a couple of poetry books I just withdrew since they haven’t checked out in several years. They aren’t “awful” in content – other Nikki Giovanni and Rod McKuen books still check
The Mod Squad Assignment: The Hideout Deming 1970 Baby boomers, I know you are with me on this blast from the past. Mod Squad was the COOLEST show when I was a kid. I snatched this up in a sale
Great and Groovy Things to Make Morris 1972 If this is still floating around someone’s teen section, I will probably have to kill myself. Teens in 1972 are today’s GRANDPARENTS. Of course, this craptastic book has macrame and tie dye!
The Death of Cancer: The story of research involving Laetrile that dropped a bombshell on orthodoxy Manner, DiSanti, & Michalsen 1978 Submitter: It was the juxtaposition between the title of this work, The Death of Cancer, and its psychedelic rainbow cover art
Fabric Decorating for the Home Roda 1976 I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that interior design books from the mid-1970s aren’t as popular in libraries as they once were. The cover of this book is old-school
Charlie’s Angels: Angels on Ice Spelling Goldberg Productions 1978 About a year ago, I posted a Charlie’s Angels book. Lo and behold another book in the series has found its way to my fiction pile here at the Awful Library