Author(s): John Lennon
Following the incredible success of his first book, In His Own Write, John Lennon's second collection of stories, drawings and poems is just as witty, whimsical and wonderful as his debut. First published in 1965 it is now back in print, looking just as it did when it first appeared half a century ago. Contents: A Spaniard in the Works; The Fat Budgie; Snore Wife and some Several Dwarts; The Singularge Experience of Miss Anne Duffield; The Faulty Bagnose; We must not forget the General Erection Benjaman Distasteful; The Wumberlog (or The Magic Dog); Araminta Ditch Cassandle; The National Health Cow Readers; Lettuce Silly Norman; Mr. Boris; Morris Bernice's Sheep Last; Will and Testicle; and Our Dad I Believe, Boot...
John Lennon's second collection of poems, stories and drawings back in print to mark its 50th Anniversary
John Lennon is one of the most iconic figures of the twentieth century, a musician, singer and songwriter of extraordinary popularity and influence who was tragically murdered in December 1980. Whilst the Beatles, the band with which he is most associated, only existed for eight years they transformed the face and sound of the Sixties and their body of work is the most listened to and covered in the history of popular music.