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The Beatles' 'All You Need is Love' to turn into children's picture book

The song featured and release date of the second book will be announced at a future date.


The Beatles' 'All You Need is Love' to turn into children's picture book
The song featured and release date of the second book will be announced at a future date. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Two songs by the Beatles penned by John Lennon and Paul McCartney are set to get a children's picture book adaptation.

Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing has announced that it will publish two books aimed at kids re-imagining songs by the legendary band as picture stories.

The series will begin with the group's iconic hit "All You Need Is Love," and will feature illustrations by Marc Rosenthal.

"This timeless song rings true now more than ever. We feel there is always a market for books about hope, and John Lennon and Paul McCartney have written songs that resonate with parents and children who want to look at the world with hope and love," said Valerie Garfield, Vice President and Publisher of Little Simon in a statement.

The first book is set for release in January 2019 via the imprint Little Simon. The song featured and release date of the second book will be announced at a future date.

The books will be released through a licensing agreement with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Sony/ATV's Global Licensing Agent, Epic Rights.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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