Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl
This edition: 1993
Here’s a good example of a book that every public library should have, regardless of its copyright date. There is no question as to its usefulness to patrons. When you find an item like this on your shelves, though, it needs to be replaced. It is quite literally falling apart. The pictures here only show the front and back cover, but the pages were stained and brown and falling out too. I’m embarrassed to admit that this example is from my very own, beloved library. That’s right, folks, we’ve got skeletons in our closet too. We weed regularly, and we lay hands on our items through physical inventory regularly, too.