Jane Goodall, a life for chimpanzees
ISBN: 9782919372706
Publication: Oct. 31, 2016
48 pages
105 × 150 mm
Black and white drawings
FBP: 7.50 €

Jane Goodall, a life for chimpanzees

Georges Lemoine, Marilyn Plénard
On the 16th of July 1960, a young Englishwoman of 26 disembarks in the forest of the Gombe Stream, in Tanzania, to observe the wild chimpanzees. Her name is Jane Goodall. Since the 1980s, tirelessly, she has travelled the globe alerting public opinion to the ecological emergency.
  • Georges Lemoine studied at the School of Fine Arts in Rabat. He has illustrated texts for children by eminent authors of the XXth century: Marguerite Yourcenar, Michel Tournier, J.M.G. Le Clézio... His poetic and sensitive work has been rewarded with numerous prizes.    

  • Marilyn Plénard , corrector/proof-reader, she has collaborated with the « Biotechnologies » section of the Echos’ newspaper. She is working at the moment for the monthly magazine Notre Temps. At the same time, she translates and adapts popular tales from around the world for the “Caravane des Contes” collection, published by Flies France. Thus, Albert Einstein’s universe, both rigorous and wonderful, could only enchant her…

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  • Faunesauvage.fr - novembre 2016
  • Notes bibliographiques. Mai 2017