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Reads tagged with “Jane Goodall”

How a Dream Came True: Young Jane Goodall’s Exuberant Letters and Diary Entries from Africa
How a Dream Came True: Young Jane Goodall’s Exuberant Letters and Diary Entries from Africa

How the beloved scientist transformed a childhood fantasy into the rugged reality of revolutionary work.

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Jane Goodall Tells Her Remarkable Life-Story, Animated
Jane Goodall Tells Her Remarkable Life-Story, Animated

How, in the midst of twentieth-century patriarchy, a young woman without so much as a university degree forever changed the course of modern science.

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The Watcher: A Children’s Book about How Jane Goodall Became Jane Goodall
The Watcher: A Children’s Book about How Jane Goodall Became Jane Goodall

How a quiet little English girl became the world’s greatest advocate for animals.

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Creative Courage for Young Hearts: 15 Emboldening Picture Books Celebrating the Lives of Great Artists, Writers, and Scientists
Creative Courage for Young Hearts: 15 Emboldening Picture Books Celebrating the Lives of Great Artists, Writers, and Scientists

Jane Goodall, Julia Child, Pablo Neruda, Marie Curie, E.E. Cummings, Albert Einstein, Ella Fitzgerald, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Frida Kahlo, and more.

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How Jane Goodall Turned Her Childhood Dream into Reality: A Sweet Illustrated Story of Purpose and Deep Determination
How Jane Goodall Turned Her Childhood Dream into Reality: A Sweet Illustrated Story of Purpose and Deep Determination

A heartening testament to the power of undivided intention.

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Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential
Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential

“Only when our clever brain and our human heart work together in harmony can we achieve our true potential.”

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