My Life with the Chimpanzees
From the time she was a girl, Jane Goodall dreamed of a life spent working with animals. Finally she had her wish. When she was twenty-six years old, she ventured into the forests of Africa to observe chimpanzees in the wild. On her expeditions she braved the dangers with leopards and lions in the African bush. And she got to know an amazing group of wild chimpanzees -- intelligent animals whose lives, in work and play and family relationships, bear a surprising resemblance to our own.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mirrani - LibraryThing
Earlier this year I read Reason for Hope and I thought I would try this book, written for younger audiences. The two are somewhat similar, since they are both about Goodall's life, in her own words ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - glade1 - LibraryThing
This is an autobiography written for young readers by Jane Goodall, renowned for her resarch and work with chimpanzees in Africa. It is well-written, simple, straightforward, and conversational. Dr ... Read full review