When Yoko Ono was little, she had everything she could dream of in Japan, except time with her busy parents. She used to write wishes and tie them to the branches of the trees in the local temple to be less alone. When war broke out, Yoko was often hungry and had to use her imagination to transport her. Then, after the war, she made her way to New York to meet free spirits and study art. She hosted gatherings with her trailblazing friends, and then one day, John Lennon came to see her work. And together, they imagined a better world.
In this gorgeous book from the Little People, BIG DREAMS series, kids can learn all about Yoko Ono and her groundbreaking life! Kids will learn how Lennon is part of — but far from all — of her story, and find out how Ono's ongoing work as an artist, activist, and more is still influencing the world today. With stylish illustrations and additional facts at the back, this book is perfect to help young readers follow their own big dreams!