4 Books About Nobel Prize Winner Bob Dylan


These books will tell you everything you need to know about Nobel Prize Winner Bob Dylan.

The internet’s abuzz about Bob Dylan winning the Nobel Prize in Literature — and for good reason! Dylan is the first singer-songwriter to be honored with the coveted literary award. While Dylan is primarily being recognized for his lyricism, here are a few books about or by Dylan that will definitely give you some insight into the legendary life Dylan has led thus far.

4 books you should read about Bob Dylan:

1. Chronicles by Bob Dylan

Chronicles by Bob Dylan

The very first memoir written by Dylan, Chronicles gives readers an inside look into the life and thinking that motivated some his most profound works.


2. Bob Dylan All the Songs: The Story Behind Every Track by Philippe Margotin and Jean-Michel Guesdon

Bob Dylan All the Songs

This beautiful hardcover book not only makes a great gift book, but it also delves deep into the fascinating story behind each of the 492 songs Dylan has written during his 53-year career.


3. Forever Young by Bob Dylan

Forever Young by Bob Dylan

Artist Paul Rogers uses unique illustrations to give new life to the iconic and impactful lyrics of Dylan’s “Forever Young.” This book makes yet another beautiful gift for fans of the iconic singer-songwriter!


4. Who is Bob Dylan? by Jim O’Connor

Who Is Bob Dylan?

This simple paperback book part of the “Who Was..?” series is the perfect way to introduce young readers to the expansive life of one of America’s most recognized lyricists.


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This post was written by Sydney Moorhead, the product specialist at BookPal. She is currently reading If I Forget You by Thomas Christopher Greene.

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