As part of the critically acclaimed series of children's books, Little People, Big Dreams, this book tells the story of the world-renowned artist, Yoko Ono. As a child, Yoko missed time with her busy parents, writing wishes and tying them to the branches of trees at the local temple to be less alone. After the war she went to New York to work in art. One day John Lennon came to see her works. And together they imagined a better world.
The book about Yoko Ono is written by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara, Spanish writer and creative director. Little People, BIG DREAMS is a bestselling series of books and educational games for children, and the hardback editions – like this one – offer extended narratives for beginning readers.
The book is densely illustrated and at the back provides additional facts - including a biographical timeline with historic photos and a detailed profile of Yoko Ono's life.
Dimensions: H: 24 x W: 19.5 cm
Pages: 32, hardback
Author: Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara, illustrations: Momoko Abe
Publisher: Frances Lincoln