Rocket to the Moon Bonestell 1961 Submitter: This system had a children’s museum annex (hence the stamp on the record sleeve), there was no sign of a checkout card sleeve in the book. My guess is that it spent nearly all
Submitter: This book is nonfiction. Yes, really. It was in our 629s, and now it is at my desk so I can show it to all the teachers who wonder where all the “lovely books” have gone. The lovely ones are still on the shelves. Books like these, however, …
This book circulated a total of four times in the mid-1980s.
Sally Ride and the New Astronauts: Scientists in Space O’Connor 1983 Submitter: Here is a gem from a very busy branch of a large California public library system. Someone on staff re-shelved this one recently. At the time, this was a great
You and Space Travel Lewellen 1951 Believe it or not, I found this among an active public library youth collection. Seriously, 1951 on space travel. Here I was griping about stuff on space from the early sixties or this one from
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