In this April 12, 2017 photo, Julian Lennon poses for a portrait in New York to promote his children's book, "Touch the Earth." (Photo by Drew Gurian/Invision/AP)
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Julian Lennon is looking to nurture a new generation's commitment to the environment, with a little help from a white feather.The firstborn son of the late John Lennon has co-authored "Touch the Earth," a picture book for kids as young as 3 about the world's water problems, from polluted oceans to the need for clean drinking water in the developing world.Lennon has taken on environmental issues in song, including his 1991 "Saltwater," and in film, including the 2006 documentary "Whaledreamers," covering a gathering of indigenous and tribal leaders that explores connections among whales, dolphins and humanity.Appealing to the next generation of prospective eco-warriors grew out of his friendship with co-writer Bart Davis after the two put aside plans – for now – for the 54-year-old Lennon to write a biography. So what's up with the white feather for Lennon, the former Beatle's son with his first wife, Cynthia? He shares the story at the back of the book.Lennon's father was shot to death in 1980 .
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