The book is a follow-up to her 1964 work, “Grapefruit,” and like its predecessor, is part meditation, part artwork, sprinkled with her signature statements of peace and tranquility and an assortment of psychedelic dot drawings. “Whisper your dream to a cloud,” she suggests, “Ask the cloud to remember it.”

While “Acorn” veers in the direction of feel-good mantras, it’s still a tantalizing slice of Ono’s life views, packaged into a tiny, black and white paperback that’s as whimsical as her Twitter updates.

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