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The Watcher: Jane Goodall's Life with the Chimps (edició 2011)

de Jeanette Winter (Autor), Jeanette Winter (Il·lustrador)

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This book traces out the life and career of Jane Goodall as a watcher of English fauna to her adult work as scholar of animal behavior in Africa.
Títol:The Watcher: Jane Goodall's Life with the Chimps
Autors:Jeanette Winter (Autor)
Altres autors:Jeanette Winter (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Schwartz & Wade (2011), 48 pages
Col·leccions:La teva biblioteca
Etiquetes:BIO, YA

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This picture book tells the story of Jane Goodall. The story starts with her as a little girl. It tells of how she used to watch and study all sorts of animals from a young age. Then it tells of her travels to study the chimpanzees and how eventually she became a crusader for the chimps. This is a an easy to understand picture book with vibrant illustrations. ( )
  LauraCampbell7 | Jul 26, 2021 |
"The Watcher" is about the life of Jane Goodall. The book focuses mainly on her time spent on Tanzania with some details about her childhood and conversation work. The language and illustrations in this book are simple but sweet and would appeal to younger students. It would be a good introduction to biographies for younger students and I always like books that feature a female role model. There are also suggestions for additional books and resources to learn more about Jane Goodall in the back of the book.
  traceycasey | Jul 17, 2021 |
This a book about Jane Goodall, a scientist who studied chimpanzees. Her works revolutionized what people knew about these creatures. She is also an advocate for saving these animals who have been poached and had their forests stripped.
Because this book is a narrative you could use this book as a tool to combine a writing standard and science standard. I like that this book is about a woman who is still alive because you could show interviews with Jane in combination with reading this book. I would use this book for K-3 graders. This is also a good book for an introduction to learning about chimpanzees. You could read this book with your class and then make a poster with everything the students learned about chimps from the book. then you could dive into more extensive research and videos after reading this book. ( )
  Josie-may | Oct 13, 2020 |
From a very young age, Jane Goodall loved watching all of the animals. She wanted to go to Africa to live with the apes so she saved all her money. She met a famous scientist who was looking for someone to work with chimpanzees and Jane volunteered to travel to Tanzania. She lived on her own, could hear the chimps but couldn't see them yet. She fell ill with malaria and almost lost hope until months later, she finally saw a chimp and just watched. She kept copious notes of everything she observed. She named the chimps and David Graybeard ate a banana from her and learned to trust her. More chimps learned to trust her too. She wrote years of notes about their behavior. One day, she left and later learned that forests were being cut down and chimps were in danger of becoming extinct so Jane became a voice for the chimps to inform others about what was happening to the forests and the chimps.
  Wateacher | Jul 29, 2020 |
Jane Goodall is known to be a friend to the chimpanzees, but what else do we know about this curious woman? The Watcher tells Jane Goodall's story of what she had to go through to be an advocate for these primates. Her love for animals began when she was a young girl staring at birds outside her home. She then acquired a fascination for all animals and worked very hard to get to the city of Gombe in Tanzania, Africa. She wanted to observe wild animals, not domesticated ones. She travels all over to be a voice for the voiceless, asking for our help in saving the chimps and their homes and speaking out against poachers.

I have always admired Jane Goodall for everything she has done for wildlife. This story touched my heart in so many ways. Reading about how she contracted Malaria and did not give up made me adore her even more. I also appreciated how the author decided to not mention Jane Goodall's husband and family so that we as readers could focus solely on her contribution and how she did these amazing things on her own. I also liked learning about the chimpanzees while reading about Mrs. Goodall. ( )
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