Real Love: The Drawings for Sean ePub download
by John Lennon
- ISBN: 0316851647
- ISBN13: 978-0316851640
- ePub: 1649 kb | FB2: 1723 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Drawing
- Publisher: Little Brown and Company; First Edition edition (1999)
- Pages: 48
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 802
- Format: azw mobi lit lrf
1975, John became the father of a very special boy: Sean. John would write what Sean had said underneath the drawings as titles. They became long, beautiful, and imaginative titles
1975, John became the father of a very special boy: Sean. I’m going to raise this baby, Yoko. They became long, beautiful, and imaginative titles. Sometimes, John would ask Sean what he thought John was drawing. Sean would say, That’s a horsey. and that would become the title of John’s drawing. They would make each other laugh, and that was how Sean learned the fun of drawing, the fun of doing things together with his dad, and the fun of life. The drawings were done in the spirit of laughte. nd lots and lots of Jove.
John Lennon was many things to many people, but to his son Sean, he was Daddy, a role he approached with humor. If you're a fan of John Lennon then you'll appreciate having this little book. The drawings are cute and the words accompanying each drawing are simple
John Lennon was many things to many people, but to his son Sean, he was Daddy, a role he approached with humor. The drawings are cute and the words accompanying each drawing are simple. When my granddaughter was born I bought her one of the Carter's John Lennon stuffed toys that was made based on one of his drawings. It was a little plush purple stuffed Rhino that had a rattle inside. Sadly, they no longer make this cute little stuffed toy.
K Up-John Lennon and his son Sean spent time together drawing and creating captions for their works. The child's drawings have been transformed into a small picture book with a brief introduction by Yoko Ono. What may be a priceless treasure to a son or a cherished memento to an avid fan does not have a tidy spot in children's literature. These engaging, colorful drawings with pert to witty captions don't fill the bill as art, poetry, or biography.
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Full-color pictures with captions that John Lennon did for his son Sean. Start by marking Real Love: The Drawings for Sean as Want to Read: Want to Read savin.
john lennon drawings for sean - Bing Images. For drawing conclusions. I Love this book! It has no words other than "No, David!" but it's fun to let the kids make up their own version of what David has gotten himself into this time. elephant, monkey, snake, giraffe, rhino. John Lennon school exercise book. Cat Sketch Artist Sketchbook Cat Drawing Graffiti Cute Illustration Land Art Cat Cards Cute Art Pet Portraits.
When his son Sean was three years old, John Lennon drew a magical, whimsical set of animal illustrations to help him learn to read. Real love: (drawings for Sean). Read full description. Real Love: Drawings for Sean by John Lennon (Hardback, 1999). Pre-owned: lowest price.
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John Lennon was many things to many people, but to his son Sean, he was Daddy, a role he approached with humor, affection, and creativity. One of the ways John expressed his love for his son was by drawings animals, flowers, and people, and then captioning these sketches with endearing and amusing phrases that he and Sean would come up with as they looked over Daddy’s art. The charming results of these playful collaborations are collected in "Real Love: The Drawings for Sean", a book bound to delight both young children and whimsical adults.