JANE GOODALL - Women in Science

Author(s): WOOLF ALEX

Early Learning

The titles in the new Women in Science series take a highly visual approach to telling the stories of important women scientists. Each title features bite-sized text telling the story of a scientist's life, groundbreaking work, and legacy in an engaging and accessible way, illustrated with original artwork and photographs. There are multiple entry points, including timelines, maps, and captions. The easy-to-read text and vibrant illustrations will appeal to reluctant readers and introduce them to foundational scientific concepts. Jane Goodall is regarded as the world's leading expert on chimpanzees. Her discoveries revolutionised our understanding of these remarkable animals. This book tells Jane's story: her childhood in England, her groundbreaking work in Africa and her role as a globetrotting ambassador of the conservation movement.


Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781912904624
  • : Salariya Book Company Limited
  • : Book House
  • : July 2019
  • : {"length"=>["24"], "width"=>["21.2"], "units"=>["Centimeters"]}
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : WOOLF ALEX
  • : Paperback
  • : English
  • : 32