This action cannot be undone.
Publication Date: 5 Sep 2019
Suitable for: Primary (Year 2, Year 3, Year 4)
AR: 7.1 MY
Charts the life and career of scientist Jane Goodall, famed for her work with chimpanzees
In 1960, a young scientist set off into the Tanzanian wilderness to study chimpanzees.
Discover the story of Jane Goodall, pioneering primatologist and animal activist! Jane dreamed of a life spent observing animals in the wild, so when the opportunity arose to live among the chimps in Africa, she jumped at the chance!
Without a university degree or any specialist training, Jane invented new methods of research and made amazing discoveries about primate behaviour.
Introduction: breaking down barriers
A chimpanzee named Jubilee
A letter from Africa
Meeting David Greybeard
Dr Goodall, I presume?
Good days and bad days
Campaigning for change
A better world