JANE AIMÉ OUTSIDE.
ONE DAY CURIOUS JANE APPLICATION WHERE COMES FROM THE EGG.
IF IT HAS SLIPPED IN THE GRANDMA NUTT HENHOUSE.
IT IS STILL VERY.... AND THE MIRACLE.
IT WAS A MAGICAL WORLD FULL OF JOY AND WONDER AND SHE FELT MUCH PART HAS.
In Patrick McDonnell has published Me... Jane Little, Brown, 2011), this love Jane of nature is, of course, our Jane Goodall, whose studies of landmark of chimpanzees and gorillas have broadened our understanding of the life of primates.
The McDonnell soft, modest little vignettes, we see the young Jane with her dear toy Jubilee chimp (that animates when only one outside with Jane), climbing its preferred tree ("beech") and with pressed cheek of the trunk, dream of all that she wants to seeinspecting nests of birds, watching squirrels and barnyard animals, and read all the books it can get. Reading of Tarzan of the apes, dreaming to be that Jane and life in the jungle, by seeing these animals for itself. His dream is all that it can learn.
Then McDonnell showed little Jane, climbing in bed at home with Jubilee next to her, the stars outside his window...
TO WAKE UP ONE DAY TO HIS DREAM BECOME REALITY.
With the turn of a page, the rise of a cot in his tent is the adult Jane, ponytail signature in place and his studies behind it, ready to begin the work of his historical life where she still hopes to be.
Books of previous images of McDonnell, as time to hug his arm, are pleasant, popular, works a key sentimental, but with this first business in nonfiction, hit one over the fence. Yes, lovely, as is, with little Jane enjoying a walk in the Woods in hand with the Jubilee to come to life, it is perfect pitch, capturing the essence of Goodall, a person for whom nature and his creatures are infinitely fascinating and worthy of our respectful attentiona way will be absolutely get young children. Patrick McDonnell deserves all reviews starred Kirkus, Horn Book, School Library Journal, and the list of books that he collected, with its wonderful photos of real Jane child (especially Jane with the Jubilee) which indicate thatto paraphrase the poet, the child is the mother of the scientist!
With "A Message of Jane" in his brief schedule, Me... Jane is a biography of rare early childhood, a staple for Earth Day activities and for all non-fiction shelf.