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Scratch-and-Sniff Books That Have Failed the Test of Time.
BY KOJI PARK
Nature Calls: The History, Lore, and Charm of Outhouses
Carbon Monoxide: Friend or Foe? Foe.
Spam-Ku: Tranquil Reflections on Luncheon Loaf
The Art and Science of Housebreaking Your Dog
Punjabi Mulligan’s Cookbook of Indian-Irish Desserts
Cocaine and Canada’s Youth
Clinical Atlas of Venereal Diseases (3rd edition)
Curious George and the Dump Truck
The Book of Job
SUGGESTED READSOpen Letter: An Open Letter to Cambridge University Press, Regarding Odor
by Benjamin Cocchiaro (6/28/2007)
The Smell of a Book
by Teddy Wayne (2/20/2013)
List: Things Which Smell Good, But Which Nevertheless Should Not Be Made Into Candle Scents
by Ebony Adams and Julie deGroot (8/23/2004)
RECENTLYA Brutally Honest Social Media Job Interview
by Sarah Fader (10/21/2016)
Monologue: Why Won’t You Kids Go to Sleep and Let Me Read Badfinger’s Wikipedia Page in Peace?
by Ben Godar (10/21/2016)
List: 20 Ways to Talk to Me About Your Home-Brewing Hobby
by Darren Hoyt (10/21/2016)
POPULARWhen My Grandkids Ask Me What I Did to Fight American Fascism, I’ll Proudly Tell Them I Tweeted a Few Times
by Sam Spero (10/19/2016)
Moderately Motivated Gen-Xer for Hire
by Melissa Janisin (10/18/2016)
Thanks, Cindy, for Making Eye Contact Through the Bathroom Stall and Making It Super Awkward During the Department Productivity Meeting
by Anna Kemp (10/14/2016)