Dream When You’re Feeling Blue by Elizabeth Berg

Dream When You’re Feeling Blue by Elizabeth Berg (2007)
This novel tells the story of how a loving Chicago Irish family copes with WWII back home in the big city. The book centers around the three daughters who wait for their beaus and fiancées to return home safely from the war. A warm and well-researched depiction of life at home during the war.

Dream When You’re Feeling Blue is the 2008 Big Read selection for Indian Prairie and nine other libraries. Check out all of the programs at area libraries in March and April — you can listen to radio broadcasts, watch movies, learn to swing dance, and see WWII-era personalities come to life. The Big Read culminates with “An Evening with Elizabeth Berg” at Ashton Place on May 8.  

For more information on The Big Read, contact the library at 630-887-8760, visit our website, or read the February 20 Doings article.

One thought on “Dream When You’re Feeling Blue by Elizabeth Berg

  1. This was a good book to bring WWII to the forefront for Big Read readers because the programs around the book’s history were outstanding. This book is an easy read to get young people acquainted with WWII and will lead to reading other better WWII historical fiction and non-fiction books.

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