A polite librarian is a good librarian.
...or those books sent to the library by self/vanity published authors.
Actually, RDCV work great for making hidden/hollow books...
Encyclopedia sets from the 70's and multiple religious pamphlets are always nice as well...
We can always use another set of National Geographic magazines.
At my branch we like to burn the donated 80's computer books (how's your Apple IIe running?) to try to keep warm.
Funny because it's true. I actually attended a bonfire a couple of years back where the highlight was setting fire to boxes of RD Condensed editions...
Bruning books only shows how many critters were in ther to begin with.Oh the horror! Ewww!
Sorry, I meant Burning. My fingers cannot spell today. More coffee.
I have a set complete from the very first one published in the Spring of 1950 through the middle 1980s, most with the original dust cover. so go ahead and burn those others; that will eventually make mine rare and valuable.-"BB"-
Sometimes instead of burning them we use them for teen crafts. I've made awesome book purses out of RDCV. The covers are very stylish . . .
I think Twilight should be burned.
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