A Textbook Case #3: School Dazed

Today, we have a very special treat for our Low-Rent Library patrons. Crossing over from “Candy’s Blog: The Sweet, The Sour, and the Nutty,” we have “A Textbook Case.”

Normally, “A Textbook Case” is reserved for rants on how mind-numbingly politically correct American textbooks have become (as seen here and here). Today, however, “A Textbook Case” takes a look at textbooks that have been rejected from American schools.

All are arranged by subject:

World History:

Health and Well-Being for Adolescents:

Mathematics and Math Theory:

English (Composition and Vocabulary):

Foreign Language:

Art:

College Prep–Getting Ready for Life After High School:

Religion and Philosophy:

Science:

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Sara on September 19, 2009 at 5:28 am

    LOL!!! Love them. My favorite is “Me and My Wood” and the textbook cover vague metaphor one 😀

    Reply

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