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Jane Goodall: A Biography (Greenwood Biographies)

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"Jane Goodall: A Biography" (Greenwood Biographies) transports readers into the world of a young Jane Goodall, whose early fascination with animals blossomed into groundbreaking research on chimpanzees and a lifelong commitment to environmental justice. Published on August 30, 2005, this biography navigates through Goodall’s initial encounters under the mentorship of Louis Leakey, her transformative studies at Tanzania's Gombe Stream Reserve, and her tireless advocacy for wildlife conservation. It illustrates how Goodall’s discoveries challenged the scientific community’s perceptions and highlights her enduring impact, marked by numerous accolades over her 40-year career. Ideal for elementary school readers, this narrative not only recounts the pivotal moments of Goodall’s life from her upbringing in England to her profound experiences in Africa but also serves as an inspiring testament to the power of perseverance and passion in tackling environmental challenges. Through this journey, young readers are invited to reflect on how they, too, can contribute to safeguarding our planet.
Published by Greenwood on August 30, 2005
172 pages
ISBN: 9780313331398
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Environmental Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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