By: Dame Jane Goodall(Author), Michael Neugebauer(Illustrator)
64 pages, colour illustrations
This heartwarming book is filled with photos of many of the chimpanzee babies, toddlers, and young adults that live in the Gombe National Park in Tanzania, where the Jane Goodall research center of is located. Dr. Goodall has campaigned unceasingly for the protection of the chimpanzee – now an endangered species – and this moving, personal account will educate readers about the many threats to the animals in the wild and inspire readers of all ages to join in her vital work.
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Jane Goodall is an anthropologist and UN Messenger of Peace, widely known for her studies of chimpanzees, for conservation, and for animal welfare.
Michael Neugebauer is the publisher of minedition books. In 1988 he visited the Jane Goodall research center at Gombe National Park for the first time, and for more than a decade after, he spent almost every year in Africa accompanying Jane through the forest, visiting sanctuaries, and working with her on other projects.
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They [the books] arrived in wonderful condition and it was a joy to see how well they were protected.
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