The Franklin Watts Concise Guide to Good Grooming for Boys Saunders 1972 I am not even going to wonder what the librarian was smoking when they kept this on the shelf. I pray it is just one of those pathetic
How to Keep Slender and Fit After Thirty Prudden 1969 Pocket Books edition, 1970 Oh my! The leotard is the best feature on this cover! A quick WorldCat search revealed quite a few public libraries are hanging on to this
Straight Talk About Sexually Transmitted Diseases Brodman, Thacker and Kranz 1993 Not a bad choice for the early 90’s but of course medical information is suspect after five or so years. I did appreciate the candor of this book and
Keeping your body alive and well Wilt 1978 In 1978, maybe this isn’t the worst choice for a youth collection, but 2010, no question. This book is more than 100 pages and doesn’t seem to end any time soon. I
Deadly Deception: The Proof that Sex and HIV Absolutely Do Not Cause AIDS
Really? 1994? Wow. I’m really suprised it is that current (and yet…old in medical book terms). There are some pretty “interesting” reviews of this book at Amazon.com. I can’t wait to hear what you all think!
Those Amazing Leeches Halton 1988 I am willing to concede that maybe there isn’t much in the way of scientific advancement in the world of leeches, but c’mon! The toenail fungus on the cover is disgusting!