Who Is Jane Goodall?

Who Is Jane Goodall?

Roberta Edwards Stephen Marchesi Nancy Harrison John O'Brien / Oct 17, 2019

Who Is Jane Goodall A life in the wild Jane Goodall born in London England always loved animals and wanted to study them in their natural habitats So at age twenty six off she went to Africa Goodall s up close observ

  • Title: Who Is Jane Goodall?
  • Author: Roberta Edwards Stephen Marchesi Nancy Harrison John O'Brien
  • ISBN: 9780448461922
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • A life in the wild Jane Goodall, born in London, England, always loved animals and wanted to study them in their natural habitats So at age twenty six, off she went to Africa Goodall s up close observations of chimpanzees changed what we know about them and paved the way for many female scientists who came after her Now her story comes to life in this biography with blaA life in the wild Jane Goodall, born in London, England, always loved animals and wanted to study them in their natural habitats So at age twenty six, off she went to Africa Goodall s up close observations of chimpanzees changed what we know about them and paved the way for many female scientists who came after her Now her story comes to life in this biography with black and white illustrations throughout.

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        Roberta Edwards lives in New York, New York.


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    1. Perfect easy chapter book for children to learn about Jane Goodall. Illustrated and engaging with tons of facts.5*****


    2. Who is Jane GoodallThis would be a good book to read because it gives lots of detail in the book and tells how she got older and loved the wild with her chimpanzee. she love them so much that she would got visit them everyday and when she got older. Jane and her sister got sick and they did not bring any medicine with them but then after like three days they got better.Jane sister went back home to England and Jane stayed there and so she started to do research on the chimps as they would fight [...]



    3. I enjoyed this book because I liked the part when I learned about chimpanzees. I also enjoyed this book because I liked the part when I learned about lots of people.



    4. Ms Goodall's work has ensured that we continue to learn about chimpanzees in the wild, and learn the value of protecting their natural habitats.


    5. I liked this book and thought it was very interesting. It's cool how from the age of 10 she knew she was going to go to Africa and be with the monkeys. It really would take some guts to move into Africa and have no communication, for the most part, with any of your friends or family (except for her mom who she was with at the beginning ) . I know I couldn't do it. Also it's interesting how's she's not really afraid of anything but leopards she's in a jungle for crying out loud! Jane was very pat [...]


    6. Who is Jane Goodall? by Roberta Edwards, illustrated by John O'Brien - Here's my first non-fiction chapter book that I read alongside my son. We didn't read aloud, just silently read together and then discussed as the story progressed. For example when we were reading the page where Jane was attacked by a chimpanzee I said "oh no, this is terrible" and my son said "Shh, I'm not there yet oh no mommy, did this really happen?!" When we read the pages about a chimpanzee who had no empathy and went [...]


    7. Born in London, England, Jane Goodall always loved animals and being outdoors. She received a toy animal chimpanzee (that she named Jubilee after a chimp they were following on the news) from her father, but little did she know that later she would study animals in their natural habitats. At the age of 26, she went to Africa to Gombe Stream Game Reserve to study animals in their natural habitat, up-close and personal recognizing the similarities between humans and chimps. She observed chimpanzee [...]


    8. This book was very short, but interesting. I really liked learning about Jane and her life. I thought it was cute how her interest in chimps started with a toy chimp she got when she was a little kid! I liked how this book explained a lot about her research. I liked how she gave all the chimps names and a lot of them started with the letter F. She is so devoted to her life's work. It was very courageous of her to take on the jobs researching the chimps in the jungle. Now she travels the world gi [...]


    9. I thought this was a great book. It gave a good overview of Jane Goodall's accomplishments, kept it simple enough for early readers, had interesting illustrations, and finished with a message about how readers can add to Jane's legacy.


    10. Great book for young readers about this remarkable woman. I loved the kind of relationship and support she had from her family, specially from her mother. There were personal facts I didn't know about her such as her two marriages and her son Grub.




    11. Very interesting read about the life of Jane Goodall. I learned a lot about her life and family as well as some information about chimps that I never knew.


    12. Students at the library where I work love reading this series, so I chose a few from our collection to learn more. This little book about Jane Goodall‘s life and work is a gem. There are many fascinating tidbits about chimpanzees, so readers will find themselves learning as much about the species as about Jane herself. Especially sweet is the story of how her toy chimpanzee, Jubilee, namesake of a chimp at the London Zoo, inspired her to take up her studies, a decision that she made at age 10. [...]


    13. Who is Jane Goodall? By Roberta Edwards. I read this book and it was about this girl name Jane, Jane was a girl that love to explore the nature. When she was young her parents give her a big chimp. She went to Africa and she start studying chimps and she name the chimps her favorite was David graybeard. She got marry with Hugo and they had a son name Hugo too but they call him GrobeI like this book because Jane was like me she love nature and her life were full of adventures with animals. I like [...]


    14. "Who Is Jane Goodall" by Roberta Edwards is a nonfiction book based on Jane Goodall who launched her research with wild chimpanzees. It tells about her life way before she had started her research and its quite extraordinary. She travels and has learned so much about these animals which have helped us.I liked this book because I love chimpanzees and if this is talking about them in a good way it gets me pulled into the book. I recommend this book to young kids because it's not violent and it's v [...]


    15. My 7 year old is preparing a presentation of a hero for her class and has chosen Jane Goodall. We checked out several books and a documentary on Jane Goodall from the library, and this book was among the lot. When we got home I casually picked this up and ended up sitting on my kitchen floor reading the whole thing. It was perfect! Excellent for a kid but also wonderful for a crash course in Jane Goodall for adults. I'm going to buy our own copy!


    16. I thought this book was good. But it wasn't really what I was hoping for. No offense, but Jane Goodall is supposed to be some awesome person. But in the book it doesn't really describe that well, what she did that was so awesome. Anyway my favorite part in this book would be when, it describes Jane in the jungle watching these monkeys cracking open hard fruits. They were doing this by banging them on the ground with their monkey hands. My favorite character is obviously Jane.


    17. I thought this book was O.K. because I didn't learn that many facts because I already read a picture book about Jane Goodall and watched a play about it too. I also don't really like non-fiction books that much. I still think it is cool how Jane Goodall had such a good connection with chimpanzees.


    18. I thought it was good. I loved learning about someone I had never known anything about. It was very interesting to learn about how all of the chimps interacted differently to jane. this really showed how much alike we are to chimps. I thought the book was very informational.






    19. what an interesting life of a woman who spent her adult years observing animals int he wild. Loved that her mom went with her when she was too young to go alone. elementary.


    20. I read the the book "Who is Jane Goodall?" by Roberta Edwards. This book is all about Jane's from the start until now. the book describes how she got into her love of monkey. It also describes her struggles to get to Africa and then into college. It tells of her personal life. the books reads of how she became such a close observer of the chimps. The book goes all the way until what she is going through now. I liked this book. I think Jane's story is very inspiring. Jane had a very huge and unli [...]


    21. The book who is Jane Goodall by Roberta Edwards tells the story of a girl that wanted to learn more and more about animals. I could definitely relate to the fact that she wanted to get Hands-On learning with animals and not have to look at them in a zoo. The worst part in the book was when the one of the chimp attacked one of the other 1 and one of them got severely hurt and Jane Goodall was very upset.


    22. OctoberWho is Jane Goodall?By Roberta Edwards Jane Goodall was born on April 3, 1934, in London, England. By age 10, Jane knew what she was going to do with her life. She was going to live in Africa to be close to the wild animals. In 1956, she received a letter from an old school friend named Clo, saying her family bought a farm in Kenya, Africa asking if Jane wanted to visit and she said yes. In July 1960, she moved to the Gombe Stream Game Reserve and for the first couple months her mother, V [...]


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