by Lennon, John, 1940-1980.

Format: Print Book 1990
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Oakmont Carnegie Library Non-Fiction J 821 LEN
Location  Oakmont Carnegie Library
Collection  Non-Fiction
Call Number  J 821 LEN
For millions of fans worldwide, John Lennon's was the voice of the '60s, his messages of peace and love influencing the hearts, minds, and lives of a whole generation . . . and that generation's children. Now in this gift edition book, Lennon's classic song Imagine is brought to life as never before among joyful, vibrant illustrations that perfectly capture the song's message of world peace and harmony. Full color throughout.
Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "Published in partnership with Amnesty International, this interpretation of Lennon's soulful anthem follows a determined, eager-eyed pigeon-a personable and quirky take on the proverbial dove-around the world as it distributes olive branches and makes peace among its feathered friends. Jullien (Before & After) focuses on sharing and fairness in his brightly colored images, a smart choice given what's important to the target audience. The lyrics "Nothing to kill or die for,/ and no religion too" and "No need for greed or hunger/ A brotherhood of man," for example, find the pigeon persuading pairs of gulls and hummingbirds that they needn't fight over a food source. In the final pages, the pigeon sprawls wearily on a branch, exhausted from its efforts, and is suddenly joined by all of the birds introduced in the previous pages-an avian twist on the idea that peace takes a village. For fans of Lennon's song eager to introduce it to a new generation, Jullien's panoply of boldly outlined, lovable birds offers an accessible entry point to ideas of peace, kindness, and justice. Ages 4-7. (Sept.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved."
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Additional Information
Publisher Secaucus, NJ :Birch Lane Press,1990
Contributors Lancaster-Poh, Lynn.
Reitzle, Tilman.
Language English
Notes "Birch Lane Press/Ariel Books."
Description 30 unnumbered pages : all color illustrations ; 22 x 27 cm
ISBN 1559720387 :
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