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Fab Four Friends

Author: Susanna Reich
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
ISBN: 1627798269
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In 1957 in Liverpool, England, a young lad named John Lennon and his band played music at a local church fair. In the audience was Paul McCartney, who liked what he heard and soon joined the group. Paul's friend George Harrison kept showing up at rehearsals until the older boys finally let him in. Eventually they found the perfect drummer, Ringo Starr, and the perfect name: The Beatles. Told through a lyrical text and stunning paintings, this book spotlights four ordinary boys growing up amid the rubble of postwar England who found music to be a powerful, even life-saving, force.

Mom Dad Who Are The Beatles

ISBN: 9780986118920
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It's hard to believe there are young people growing up today never knowing the impact The Beatles have had on their everyday lives. Finally is a biography explaining to children in simple story form who The Beatles were and what their influence was on hair, dress, lifestyle, and music. Written in answer to the child who asks "Mom, Dad, who are The Beatles?" and as a way for parents to pass along the legacy of The Beatles to future generations.

Stand Up And Sing

Author: Susanna Reich
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens
ISBN: 9780802738127
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Inspired by the rhythms of American folk music, this moving account of Pete Seeger's life celebrates his legacy, showing kids of every generation that no cause is too small and no obstacle too large if, together, you stand up and sing! Pete Seeger was born with music in his bones. Coming of age during the Great Depression, Pete saw poverty and adversity that would forever shape his worldview, but it wasn't until he received his first banjo that he found his way to change the world. It was plucking banjo strings and singing folk songs that showed Pete how music had the incredible power to bring people together. Using this gift throughout his life, Pete encouraged others to rally behind causes that mattered--fighting for Civil Rights, ending the Vietnam War, or cleaning up the Hudson River. For Pete, no challenge was too great, and what started out as a love for music turned into a lifetime of activism and change. His greatest talent--and greatest passion--would become an unforgettable part of American history.

Who Were The Beatles

Author: Geoff Edgers
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101078273
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Almost everyone can sing along with the Beatles, but how many young readers know their whole story? Geoff Edgers, a Boston Globe reporter and hard-core Beatles fan, brings the Fab Four to life in this Who Was...? book. Readers will learn about their childhoods in Liverpool, their first forays into rock music, what Beatlemania was like, and why they broke up. It's all here in an easy-to-read narrative with plenty of black-and-white illustrations!

How They Became The Beatles

Author: Gareth L. Pawlowski
Publisher: E P Dutton
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Traces the beginnings of the world's most influential rock-and-roll band, drawing almost entirely upon never-before-seen photographs--some undeveloped since 1960--to chronicle the period before superstardom

The Beatles

Author: Bob Spitz
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0316031674
Size: 66.74 MB
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As soon as The Beatles became famous, the spin machine began to construct a myth--one that has continued to this day. But the truth is much more interesting, much more exciting, and much more moving. In this bestselling book, Bob Spitz has written the biography for which Beatles fans have long waited. 32 pages of b/w photos.

The Beatles

Author: Brita Granstrom
Publisher: Lincoln Children's Books
ISBN: 9781847804518
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How did four cheeky lads from Liverpool - John, Paul, George and Ringo - become the greatest rock band in the world? Mick Manning and Brita Granstr?m tell the amazing story of The Beatles with captions and strip pictures for fans of all ages. ÿ The story begins. John Lennon's Liverpool childhood, his Auntie Mimi, his school band The Quarrymen; the developing friendships with Paul McCartney and George Harrison and the forming of The Beatles together with Stu Sutcliff and Pete Best. From amusing adventures in Hamburg to the arrival of manager Brian Epstein and record producer George Martin. Then Ringo Starr joins the group; fame and screaming fans; the famous tour to the USA; the making of the albums, key hit songs and early films. then the later years, with the gigantic Sgt Pepper album, their visit to India, the making of Magical Mystery Tour. Finally the break-up of the band and the new beginnings of solo careers for the Fab Four.

The Beatles The Bible And Bodega Bay

Author: Ken Mansfield
ISBN: 9780615238821
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Ken Mansfield can write authoritatively about the music business of the sixties because he was there making it happen. As a young record label executive at Capitol Records, the Beatles were his clients, and they became his friends. Ken was hand-picked to be the first U.S. Manager of The Beatles' Apple Records and thrust into a world that would change his life forever. Some thirty years later, Mansfield's spiritual memoirs are set against the backdrop of his personal and professional relationships with John, Paul, George and Ringo, offering an insider's view of the group collectively and individually. From his first meeting with the "lads," to rare glimpses of what it was like to be part of the Beatles inner sanctum, Mansfield offers a transparent and intimate look at the Fab Four and the impact they had on his life. But that is only part of the story. With never-before-seen photographs and memorabilia from Mansfield's personal collection, memories of Beatles' writing and recording sessions, Paul and Linda, John and Yoko, the "Paul is dead" period, adoring fans, and cooking with George then pause for spiritual insights from the beach and a man trying to come to terms with himself and God. The Beatles, the Bible and Bodega Bay presents two portraits: the young man in London on top of the Apple building (and on top of the world!) as he watches the Beatles perform for the last time, and the older man on a remote Sonoma beach on his knees looking out to sea and into the heart of his Creator. Ken Mansfield is a Grammy-winning record producer, publisher, songwriter and former record company executive. a highly sought after public speaker, he is the author of The White Book (June 2007) and Between Wyomings (May 2009).