The Real Menstrual Cycle Doreen Asso 1983 Submitter: This gem was recently weeded from an academic library in rural Ohio. The collection has never been significantly weeded, so the process has unearthed some real treasures, but this is the first one
The Menstrual Cycle: An essential guide for women and men Dalton 1969 Submitter: To my great horror, we just found this gem on our shelves and we are a mid-sized public library in the midwest. How it eluded weeding prior to
Girls Guide to Menstruation Voelckers 1975 Actually this might be your Mom’s period book. First, I am trying to figure out what is with this cover. Is it modern art or looking up in a forest? Is it symbolic? So,
Twenty-Eight Days Elgin and Osterritter 1973 Another helpful period book. My first thought was that movie about a virus called 28 Days Later. Coincidence? I am embarrassed for the library that still has it on the shelves (at least as
Everything You Need to Know About Getting Your Period
The Need to Know Library
These books are so important for adolescent girls! We find them all the time tucked away in the dark corners of the library. Poor things, they’re too embarrassed or shy to actually check them out! That’s all the more reason to make sure that the books we have available are up to date. The cover of this book would surely keep those timid girls from checking it out. Nothing like carrying around a book with a box of Lightdays and a calendar on the cover. That’s not obvious. Teens and pre-teens might be more likely to check out books on this topic if the cover and title were more discreet. Sure, they need to learn that it’s nothing to be embarrassed about, but they also need to learn about discretion and privacy.