From Gasbags to Spaceships: The Story of the U.S. Air Force MacCloskey 1968 Submitter: Aside from the giggle inducing title, this is a pretty good historical look at the Air Force. The problem is, it ends in 1968 and we
Whitey and Whiskers and Food Georgiou 1964 Here is another oldie but goody STILL sitting in a youth nonfiction collection. This is so old, it would have been old when I was in elementary school. Basic premise: Mr. Kane, the
Ideas for Science Fair Projects Benrey ARCO 1966 Submitter: We’re big fans of your site, here, and every time we’re about to get smug about how our fine Collection Development Policy means we’d never have anything to share, we trip into
The Astronomy Book Henry 1999 Submitter: A patron donated The Astronomy Book, by Dr. Jonathan Henry (cover and select pages attached) to my library this week. At a glance, it seems like a harmless, if a little outdated, juvenile astronomy book. But
Space: Battleground of the Future? Taylor 1983, revised 1988 Submitter: In honor of the final days of the shuttle program, we’d like to share with you, “Space: Battleground of the Future?” by L. B. Taylor Jr., 1983, revised 1988. [Weeded in
Atoms Family Patten 1995 Submitter: We just weeded this book from the children’s collection. It was published in 1995 and states on page 7 “An atom is the smallest part of any living or nonliving thing that takes up space”.