Anne Truitt’s, DAYBOOK; observations by the sculptor about her childhood, marriage, kids, and career.
Madeleine L’Engle’s, A WRINKLE IN TIME; Meg and Charles Wallace journey through the universe to find their father.
Louise Erdrich’s, THE BLUE JAY’S DANCE: A MEMOIR OF EARLY MOTHERHOOD; the author’s emotionally difficult pregnancy and acclimation to parenthood.
Candice Bergen’s, KNOCK WOOD; Growing up in Hollywood of the 50s and 60s with her father, the ventriloquist Edgar Bergen, and her “sibling”/his dummy, Charlie McCarthy.
Ayn Rand’s, THE FOUNTAINHEAD; the memorably unconventional architect, Howard Roark, is introduced.