New York Times bestselling illustrator LeUyen Pham interprets the classic Beatles song by creating an elephant band that is preparing for a concert. However, when one of the group loses their teddy bear on the way to the gig, the band sets out on a bright and colorful hunt to bring the bear back—and still make it to their concert on time.
About the Author
THE BEATLES have sold over 1.3 billion albums worldwide--making them the top-selling band in history. Their songs are some of the most beloved compositions in music, and their astounding legacy and talent have made them a lasting presence for nearly 50 years. With the recent debut of their entire catalog on iTunes, The Beatles remain an iconic group that is now reaching an entirely new fanbase around the globe.
LEUYEN PHAM is the illustrator of over 50 children's books, with titles including the bestselling Freckleface Strawberry series by Julianne Moore, "God's Dream" by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, as well as her own self-authored "Big Sister, Little Sister." Born in Vietnam, LeUyen came to the United States at the end of the Vietnam War when she was only two. She lives in San Francisco with her husband (who is an also an artist) and her two sons. Visit her at LeUyenPham.com