Reason for Hope

Reason for Hope

A Spiritual Journey

Large Print - 2000
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As a toddler she was entranced by all living things, and the child inspired by Tarzan and The Jungle Book became the woman who found herself working with Dr. Louis Leakey, making scientific breakthroughs with chimpanzees in Gombe, and becoming one of the world's foremost champions of the environment. Here is the story of a life blessed with faith, resolve, and purpose; of a woman who has been tested by hardship and, with the help of her religious convictions, has survived. At one with nature and challenged by environmental destruction, Dr. Goodall offers insight and provides us all a Reason for Hope.
Publisher: Thorndike, ME : Thorndike Press, 2000
ISBN: 9780786223435
078622343X
Characteristics: 424 p. (large print) : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Berman, Phillip L.

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candkb
Aug 02, 2016

Thought proviking and full of insight woven between her autobiography. I greatly enjoyed this book both times I've read it.

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Sue2
Oct 15, 2011

Jane is a very courageous woman. Her story is inspiring. She is someone who loves what she does and has shared that love with the world. I hope to see the PBS special one day.

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SEBASTIAN HELM
Dec 14, 2015

Main topic: Shows that despite habitat destruction, there is Indeed reason for hope. It also includes an honest, warm autobiography.

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