In "Strawberry Fields: Central Park's Memorial to John Lennon", Sara Cedar Miller, the official historian and photographer of the Central Park Conservancy, takes readers through the development and history of Central Park's memorial to John Lennon. Strawberry Fields is one of the most visited spots in Central Park and one of the most popular tourist attractions in New York City. A living memorial to John Lennon's life and work, the teardrop-shaped garden is located in the Park directly across from the Dakota, the building where he and Yoko Ono lived for several years. Strawberry Fields was originally conceived as a "peace garden" and Yoko invited countries from around the world to donate trees, plants and stone to fill the landscape. Sara Cedar Miller's new book is a rich combination of text and imagery that tells the story of John and Yoko's love of Central Park and the creation of this unique tribute through an unprecedented collaboration between Yoko Ono, the Central Park Conservancy, and city officials.