Chimpanzees I Love: Saving Their World And Ours (Byron Preiss Book)

by Jane Goodall

Hardcover, 2001

Status

Available

Local notes

599.8 Goo

Barcode

4561

Collection

Publication

Scholastic Press (2001), 80 pages

Description

In a compelling, personal narrative, Dr. Goodall recounts the exciting adventure of her work with chimpanzees, now an endangered species.

Language

Original language

English

Physical description

80 p.; 11 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member ekean06
In this informational and autobiographical picture book Jane Goodall tells about her early research in Gombe National Park, her childhood, and how she came to know Louis Leakey and first enter the bush. The book explains her findings about chimp communities and the threats chimpanzees face int eh
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LibraryThing member KilmerMSLibrary
Imagine a curiosity and passion that compels you to live in a community of chimpanzees. Dr. Goodall tells of her discoveries about chimpanzees, her love for them, and her campaign for the protection of these amazing animals.
LibraryThing member Nicole.Diemer
Chimpanzees I Love: Saving Their World And Ours (Byron Preiss Book) by Jane Goodall (2001) is an incredible informational text about the author and her experiences with Chimpanzees. The book starts out explaining the author's life and how she got involved in researching Chimpanzees. Through the
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different chapters the reader learns more about Chimpanzees' habitats, what they eat, how they live, and problems facing these human-like animals. This is a quality book because of authentic information produced by the author. The incredible photographs of the animals and the people involved in her research really help tell the story.

In a classroom I could use this book in several ways. This book could be used to show a strong female over coming sexism to pursue her interests. It also shows her determination, having no experience or education on how to conduct research, to follow her dreams. This book could also be used to start an interest group project. Students might want to choose an animal and learn about its environment, habits, food, etc.
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Pages

80

Rating

(10 ratings; 4.4)
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