Music and Books: The Perfect Pairing

I love creating fun book displays, and today I decided to gift wrap some book and music pairs together for our newest display at the Noble Neighborhood Branch. I enjoy listening to music while reading, so I thought it would be fun for our customers at the branch (and you, blog reader!) to see what I’ve paired up for us here!

Infinite Home by Kathleen Alcott & The Kids Are Alright Soundtrack

Wildflower  by Drew Barrymore & Barchords by Bahamas

The Girl with the Deep Blue Eyes by Lawrence Block & The Best of Simon and Garfunkel

Frank and Ava: In Love and War by John Joseph Brady & The Very Best of Frank Sinatra by Frank Sinatra

The Race for Paris by Meg Waite Clayton & Love Songs by Judy Garland

Everybody Rise by Stephanie Clifford & Echo by Leona Lewis

Night Music by Joseph Connolly & Ravel: Bolero; Piano Concerto; Sheherazade by Herbert von Karajan

The Dead Ladies Project by Jessa Crispin & Rumours by Fleetwood Mac

The Clasp by Sloane Crosley & Halcyon by Ellie Goulding

Untimely Death by Elizabeth J. Duncan & Sherlock: Music from Series One by David Arnold

Bream Gives Me Hiccups by Jesse Eisenberg & Brothers by the Black Keys

Dispatches From Pluto by Richard Grant & Birth of the Cool by Miles Davis

The Casualties by Nick Holdstock & Scotland the Real 

Barbara the Slut by Lauren Holmes & He’s Just Not That Into You Soundtrack

Hemingway in Love by A. E. Hotchner & To Be Loved by Michael Buble

The Photographer’s Wife by Suzanne Joinson & The Best of Benny Goodman

Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling &  Volume 3 by She and Him

Slade House by David Mitchell & Hands of Glory by Andrew Bird

The Woman Who Walked in Sunshine by Alexander McCall Smith &  Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Friends by Ladysmith Black Mambazo

300 Sandwiches by Stephanie Smith & Sea Sew by Lisa Hannigan


4 comments on “Music and Books: The Perfect Pairing

  1. Great idea for a display, Amia and good pairings as well! And,I requested some of the books mentioned in your blog. Thanks!

  2. I m going to go try this one now. A favorite book paired with a favorite band? Sounds like a good Sunday afternoon.

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