Emily Dickinson writes “life is such strong a vision that not one of it will fail.” One vision of life is poetry, so what does life look like in your library?
In novelist Carlene Bauer’s Frances and Bernard, one word leads to another. Try read-alikes Starting out in the Evening and The Hours, read-arounds The Habit of Being: Letters of Flannery O’Connor and the Letters of Robert Lowell, and epistolary work 84 Charing Cross Road [the film] for more than one view.
Steer your patrons to Mitchell Zuckoff’s retelling of the November 1942 crash of a U.S. cargo plane into the Greenland Ice Cap, the loss of the B-17 sent to find it, and the loss of a Grumman Duck amphibious plane that had managed to rescue one B-17 crew member. LJ’s readers’ advisory suggests World War II narratives read-alikes, read-arounds, and watch-alikes.