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From The Time Jane Goodall Was A Girl, She Dreamed Of A Life Spent Working With Animals Her Earliest Fascination With Animals Inspired Her To Hide In A Henhouse So That She Could Watch Hens Lay Their Eggs After Years Of Study, At , Jane Goodall Made Her First Voyage To Africa And Began Her Determined Steps, One After Another, To Achieve Her Goal Of Studying Animals By Living Among Them On Her Expeditions She Braved The Dangers Of The Jungle And Survived Encounters With Leopards And Lions In The African Bush Her Detailed Observations Of Many Kinds Of Animals, But Especially Generations Of Chimpanzee Families, Reveal A World Few Human Beings Ever Come To Know Her Story Covers The Proud Achievements Of A Lifetime, Including Raising Her Son In The Africa She Loves In My Life With The Chimpanzees, Jane Goodall Shares The Remarkable Journey Which Took Her From Her Childhood In London And Bournemouth, England, To The Realization Of Her Dream In The Wilds Of Gombe, Tanzania

8 thoughts on “My Life with the Chimpanzees

  1. jindo jindo says:

    This book is a little boring at the start My nephew was a little disappointed that it went on a bit about Jane s life in the beginning, however I quite liked reading about that, I read it too He just wanted to read about the chimpanzee s Informative and educational whilst being interesting too.

  2. F. Pojaga F. Pojaga says:

    It is a very good book, clearly written from the heart.Judging by the language however, the book is clearly aimed at young adults and this should be mentioned somewhere.

  3. Therese Bonath Therese Bonath says:

    I love this book

  4. M. Hardy M. Hardy says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book although it is aimed mainly at young people, trying to encourage them to take an interest in animals and conservation I do hope many young people read this and become inspired by Jane s life and work It should be in every school library and every biology teacher s lab.

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  6. Nicole Cross Nicole Cross says:

    A lovely book Written very simply so suitable for both adults and children and people who speak English as a second language Dr Jane Goodall has had a remarkable life and I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in animal welfare and the environment.

  7. Shellbelle Shellbelle says:

    Think it s aimed at kids.

  8. Twilight Twilight says:

    great read