The story of Jane Goodall, famous for her groundbreaking work with primates, begins with a stuffed chimpanzee and bedtime stories full of adventure. In this engaging biography of a young girl inspired to venture into the jungles of Africa, illustrations in earthy colors, along with a variety of black-and-white photographs, show Jane at home in London, in the wild with her beloved chimps, and traveling the world speaking out on their behalf as a wildlife conservationist.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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