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ISBN: 978-0-531-23535-5

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Jane Goodall is regarded as the world’s leading expert on chimpanzees. Her discoveries revolutionized our understanding of these remarkable animals. Yet she achieved this without any formal training. What she did have was a passion for animals and the patience to study them over long periods in their natural habitat. She also had the determination to overcome the skepticism of a scientific community that did not always approve of her methods.

This book tells Jane’s story: her childhood in England, her groundbreaking work in Africa, and her role as a globetrotting ambassador of the conservation movement.
Item #: 688667
Imprint: Children's Press
Copyright: 2020
Format: Reinforced Library Binding
Trim Size: 8-1/2 x 9-1/2
Pages: 32
Grades: 2 - 3
Ages: 7 - 8
Dewey #: 590.92 [B]
  • Bite-sized text introducing concepts in STEAM curriculum in an accessible manner
  • Highly-illustrated with original artwork and photographs
  • STEAM concepts related to the scientists’ work are described with diagrams and info graphics
  • Timeline of the scientist’s life and the historical context for their work
  • Map of important locations in the subject’s life
  • A helpful glossary and index in each book