The New York Times bestselling biography of the Beatles, in a style and format for young readers. It starts in the housing projects and school playgrounds of Liverpool, where four boys would discover themselves--and a new form of music called rock 'n roll. It takes us from the famous first meeting between John and Paul, to the clubs of Liverpool and Germany when George and Ringo join the band, down Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields, to America and the height of the Beatles' success--when they were still teenagers. In Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!, Spitz recreates the thrills, tears and magic of his New York Times bestselling adult biography, but in a style and format that's accessible for young readers. This book includes photos, sidebars and graphic elements. It's a book about teens who changed the world.
"Some material in this book is adapted from The Beatles: The Biography by Bob Spitz"--T.p. verso.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 228-229), discography (p. 223-227), and index.
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