About the Book and Author and Illustrator
Jane Goodall is a scientific trailblazer who has been devoted to acquiring a greater understanding of chimpanzees and protecting their natural habitat.
Using a unique mix of first-person narrative, hilarious comic panels, and essential facts, Dean Robbins introduces young readers to her work and Hatem Aly’s spot-on comic illustrations bring this icon to life
I enjoyed answering the questions
Cedar: I thought the book was good because it was about a real life person (Jane Goodall) I found the story about her life interesting on how she became a scientist and that she actually lived with the chimpanzees for a long time even taking her family to live there.
I liked how the pages had pictures and facts on and each page was easy to look at. I also liked that it has questions to answer which I found fun.
Mum: A great factual book and easy to read to younger children about ‘real life’ people and their stories. Each page was broken down in to written parts and pictures. We were able to discuss who Jane was and looked her up online also to find her photo. It can be read over a few days or in one go like we did.
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- Name: Cedar
- Age: 6 years
- Likes: Riding my bike, monster trucks and Lego
- Dislikes: Spiders and vegetables
- Favourite Book: The Ugly Five by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler
- Favourite Film: Sing 2