Illustrated by Joan Negrescolor | Reading guide by Irene Duch
Akiara, Spain | 12+ | approx. 80 pages | 12 x 20cm | Colour illustrated
A touching speech in which Jane Goodall describes her passion for Africa, her first contact with chimpanzees and how her experience with them helped to transform our view of human nature. She argues that the conservation of animal species, in habitats increasingly endangered, can only be done in an holistic way, involving local people. A renowned primatologist and ethologist, Goodall is also a compassionate and learned messenger of peace.
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