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Little People Big Dreams Jane Goodall Book

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SKU: 5057865326108 R245198006
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Product features

  • Hardback book
  • Suitable for ages 4-7 years
  • Written by Isabel Sanchez Vegara
  • Illustrated by Beatrice Cerocchi
  • Published by Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
  • 32 pages
COMPOSITION & SIZE

Hardback
L: 24.7cm, W: 20.1cm

Editor's notes

Bookspeed welcomes a new addition to the hugely popular Little People, Big Dreams series. In this book, your little reader will learn about the incredible life of world-renowned chimpanzee expert, Jane Goodall.

The book follows Jane Goodall, whose lifelong love of animals inspired her to educate the world on animal rights. Little People, Big Dreams is a greatly successful storybook series, telling the life stories of exceptional people – from artists, to scientists, to political figures – in a tone of voice that appeals to children. Designed to inspire and inform little ones, this picture book biography includes a fun facts section at the back that's bound to spark your child's curiosity.

About

A family-run business based out of Edinburgh, Bookspeed makes all kinds of books for all kinds of people. But what we love is its collection of richly illustrated books to inspire kids (and grown-ups who like to dream). The Little People, Big Dreams series, in particular, pores over the lives of extraordinary people, from Maya Angelou and Marie Curie to Frida Kahlo, and tells the stories of their extraordinary childhoods.

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