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Imagine all the people living life in peace.You may say I m a dreamer, but I m not the only one.I hope some day you ll join us, and the world will be as one.Join one little pigeon as she sets out on a journey to spread a message of tolerance around the world Featuring the lyrics of John Lennon s iconic song and illustrations by the award winning artist Jean Jullien, thisImagine all the people living life in peace.You may say I m a dreamer, but I m not the only one.I hope some day you ll join us, and the world will be as one.Join one little pigeon as she sets out on a journey to spread a message of tolerance around the world Featuring the lyrics of John Lennon s iconic song and illustrations by the award winning artist Jean Jullien, this poignant and timely picture book dares to imagine a world at peace Imagine will be published in partnership with human rights organization, Amnesty International.

  • Title: Imagine
  • Author: John Lennon Jean Jullien Amnesty International Yoko Ono Lennon
  • ISBN: 9781847808967
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Hardcover

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John Lennon Jean Jullien Amnesty International Yoko Ono Lennon

John Winston Ono Lennon, MBE, was an English singer songwriter who rose to worldwide fame as one of the founding members of The Beatles, and together with Paul McCartney formed one of the most successful songwriting partnerships of the 20th century.Born and raised in Liverpool, Lennon became involved in the skiffle craze as a teenager, his first band, The Quarrymen, evolving into The Beatles in 1960 As the group began to undergo the disintegration that led to their break up towards the end of that decade, Lennon launched a solo career that would span the next decade, punctuated by critically acclaimed albums, including John Lennon Plastic Ono Band and Imagine, and iconic songs such as Give Peace a Chance and Imagine.Lennon revealed a rebellious nature and acerbic wit in his music, his writing, on film, and in interviews, and became controversial through his work as a peace activist He moved to New York City in 1971, where his criticism of the Vietnam War resulted in a lengthy attempt by Richard Nixon s administration to deport him, while his songs were adapted as anthems by the anti war movement Disengaging himself from the music business in 1975 to devote time to his family, Lennon reemerged in October 1980 with a new single and a comeback album, Double Fantasy, but was murdered weeks after their release on the sidewalk outside his home in the Dakota Ironically, Imagine imagine all the people, living life in peace was a featured cut from this album.Lennon s album sales in the United States alone stand at 14 million units, and as performer, writer, or co writer he is responsible for 27 number one singles on the US Hot 100 chart In 2002, a BBC poll on the 100 Greatest Britons voted him eighth, and in 2008 Rolling Stone ranked him the fifth greatest singer of all time He was posthumously inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1987 and into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994 the Free Encyclopedia

Comments Imagine

  • David Schaafsma

    How quaint that I should pick up this dream of peace on a day when Puerto Rico and other islands off the mainland are in devastation, and when a guy with 17 legally purchased automatic rifles has killed (as of this writing) 59 people, with more than 500 injured. Naive? But some of us old hippies and young dreamers are still around, trying to give peace a chance. There are perhaps dozens of books and hundreds of projects based on this one song, which would seem to have plenty to offend religious [...]

  • Manybooks

    Ever since I first listened to John Lennon's Imagine, it has been one of my favourite songs, not only for the sweet rebellion of absolutely freaking out my parents and grandparents as a teenager and having them think I was a raging Communist just because I liked the song (and then seeing them dumbfounded even more angry that when instead of feeling insulted by this appellation, I said to them simply and smilingly "thank you for the compliment" in very polite German, although politically, Communi [...]

  • Jon(athan) Nakapalau

    Beautiful - just what I needed with everything going on in the world today.

  • Ale Rivero

    Imagine es de las pocas canciones de Lennon, y The Beatles en general, que me gusta especialmente.Creo que es una letra interesante para reconocer la importancia que tiene el vivir en paz, especialmente la que viene de aceptar las diferencias y trabajar en conjunto.Me gusta el mensaje que la pequeña palomita de esta historia da a la humanidad, y lo que se puede resaltar también es que las regalías de este libro van a Amnistía Internacional.Es un álbum ilustrado que merece bastante la pena, [...]

  • Maggie

    I hate being the naysayer, but I think I liked the idea of this book more than I actually liked the book. I love the song and I love the message behind it, and I appreciate what they were trying to achieve with this book, but I think it just fell short. There wasn't anything particularly wrong with this book, but I felt like the lyrics to Imagine work much better in song format than they do in a picture book. I actually think the forward by Yoko Ono Lennon was the best part of the book.The bold, [...]

  • Annie

    :Imagine all the people living life in peace" a beautiful picture book that illustrates the classic by John Lennon "Imagine" as the lyrics take the page through art, it follows a piegon to demonstrate peace to help us enjoy our life, for peace to flourish and for everyone to treat all kindly, equally and fairly. It was really nice to read this - very refreshing, it also brought back wonderful memories of my late uncle who loved John Lennon and the Beatles. Special thanks to Allen and Unwin Publi [...]

  • Dimity Powell

    Pigeons - my tween immediately linked this to the peace dove. I had to make the other links for her; who John Lennon was, the origins of the song, its relevance to our world and those who people it today. Can those who aspire for rainbows and dreamers change the world? Can picture books save us all? I believe they can. Ones like these unquestionably. Jean Jullien's chunky colour-filled illustrations are the perfect balance to Lennon's masterful lyrics. Imagine sharing this kind of hope with your [...]

  • Carol -Reading Writing and Riesling

    Beautiful images that complement the thoughtful prose by John LennonMy View:5 big stars for this beautifully imagined and illustrated book – this really is art with heart! Call me sentimental, I will agree with you that I am, this book just strikes so many chords with me. A book for those who can remember John Lennon’s important song of love and peace (and for those who still sing his inspiring relevant message even if just in their own heads) and for the next generation – who will love th [...]

  • Carrie

    I believe the teachers enjoyed this beautifully written book more than the students, but that's okay! The message is one of peace and perfect for our Peace Day Assembly in the elementary. We played the song along with the book and then broke off to have discussions about peace in our classrooms. I highly recommend this book to ANYONE!

  • René

    Pretty and simple illustrations that amplify the powerful words of the song.

  • Angie

    I can't describe my emotions atm. This book is so beautiful a children's book centered around a song of peace and hope. So my friends who loved Skam remember when a whole bar full of people joined in on Imagine with Even and Isak.

  • Becky

    First sentence: Imagine there's no heaven. It's easy if you try. No hell below us. Above us, only sky. Imagine all the people living for today. Premise/plot: This picture book shares the lyrics of John Lennon's song, "Imagine" with a new generation. The illustrations are by Jean Jullien. His illustrations feature birds flocking together in search of peace.My thoughts: I'll be completely honest. I hate the song Imagine. I loathe it. If hell has an anthem, I bet it would be Imagine. (You might thi [...]

  • Edward Sullivan

    If you want to introduce young people to "Imagine," play them the song.

  • Gail

    I have to sing along instead of read along.

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  • Bill Buckley

    This is a book put out by the organization called Amnesty International, which is a group that works for human rights around the world. With a forward by Yoko Ono Lennon.

  • Earl

    John Lennon's classic song is now a picture book illustrated by Jean Jullien. Includes a foreword by Yoko Ono and an afterword by Amnesty International.

  • Miss Kelly

    Okay picture book of the song by John Lennon.

  • Linda

    Yoko Ono offers a lovely intro, Jean Jullien brings gorgeous illustrations with black outlining, and then, these beautiful words by John Lennon bring again his wish for peace. A pigeon works hard bringing branches of peace to everyone, gathering with other kinds of birds, who also begin to share the branches. The page that illustrates “You may say I’m a dreamer” showed the pigeon leaning back, “not the only one”. We need these words today! The proceeds to the book, published by Clarion [...]

  • Kelly

    Read it twice. The first time, read the words at look at how the pictures associate with the words. The second time, really pay attention to the illustrations, because you probably already know the words.

  • Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids

    Like John's message in his song IMAGINE, this picture book is simple in it's words and illustrations, but powerful in it's message of peace, and unity. Written for young readers in mind, all who read this book will feel empowered to make a difference in making our world a better place. Even the youngest of readers will understand the kind gestures the pigeon in this story is doing, and how it makes the other birds in this book feel.Quoting Yoko Ono Lennon from the forward in this book, "Everyone [...]

  • Emily Stueven

    Jean Jullien has become one of my favorite picture book illustrators. His pictures are simple, yet bold, and always imbued with a sense of sly humor. Maybe it's that same style that seems unsuited to the text here. The juxtaposition of a cartoony pigeon, a symbolic olive branch always in its beak, with the serious and hopeful words just felt really trite to me. For instance, the lyrics "Nothing to kill or die for / and no religion too" are represented by two gulls squabbling over a mildly annoye [...]

  • Sam

    Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC!I don't normally review picture books on my blog, despite reading a lot of them as part of my job at the library. That being said, I couldn't resist checking out this beautiful picture book put to the lyrics of John Lennon's Imagine.There is a wonderful simplicity to the artwork, as you're watching this pigeon explore the world around him, trying to unify people. Ultimately that was Lennon's message on a whole, finding peace, loving others regardless of r [...]

  • Kay Hommedieu

    I loved this picture book of the lovely John Lennon song "Imagine". Finally it is a picture book for children to enjoy for themselves. It also fits me theologically because I have agnostic leanings with a Unitarian/Universalist background. The line "Imagine there's no heaven" may bother Christians but I'm okay with it, because I don't believe in hell either.Read it yourself to hum along with the words.

  • Rebecca Caufman

    It is hard not to SING this book! The words of John Lennon's song come alive with a birds.

  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*

    Lennon, John Imagine, illustrated by Jean Jullien. PICTURE BOOK. Clarion Books, 2017. $18.99 978-1328808653A picture book rendering of the classic Beatles song, "Imagine," this story follows a peace-loving pigeon/dove who is carrying olive branches to friends around the land. The text is nothing more than the lyrics to the song, and the illustrations are nothing extraordinary. As such, I feel like the book falls pretty flat. The book is being published in partnership with Amnesty International, [...]

  • Brett

    A beautifully illustrated picture book capturing the incredibly simple yet earth-shatteringly powerful message of one of John Lennon's best pieces of songwriting, published in conjunction with Amnesty International - what could possibly be a better, more important thing to share with very young children in the world we're living in right now? *Goes to the store immediately to buy a dozen copies to hand out to every little kid she knows*

  • Helen

    I love John Lennon and I love that this book exists. I think it’s so important that everyone knows the themes of John Lennon’s “Imagine” and how everyone can live in peace no matter what. All the birds were different, just like all people all. I’m so glad that John Lennon is still inspiring us today. This was so excellent to read.

  • Jillian

    First: I loathe the song "Imagine." When I honestly imagine what Lennon wants, it makes me shudder, because it's a cold, passionless world.So I was already biased against the book going into it - and the illustrations didn't quite help. There's nothing really wrong with them, they just seem a little too childish for what the song really wants to convey. But its heart is in the right place.

  • Rebecca

    Jean Jullien (@jean_jullien) is an ideal choice for this picture book adaptation of John Lennon's song "Imagine." I just don't know if the song, rich in abstract ideas but less so in imagery, quite works as a book. It was certainly hard to read it without singing it, and maybe brave readers will. Includes a foreword from Yoko Ono and an Afterword from Amnesty International.

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