Who Was Jane Goodall?: A Who Was? Board Book
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The latest addition to the Who HQ program: board book biographies of relevant and important figures, created specifically for the preschool audience!
The #1 New York Times Bestselling Who Was? series expands into the board book space, bringing age-appropriate biographies of influential figures to readers ages 2-4.
The chronology and themes of Jane Goodall’s meaningful life are presented in a masterfully succinct text, with just a few sentences per page. The fresh, stylized illustrations are sure to captivate young readers and adults alike. With a read-aloud biographical summary in the back, this age-appropriate introduction honors and shares the life and work of one of the most influential scientists of our time.
WHO WAS? BOARD BOOKS bring inspiring biographies to the youngest readers in an accessible and memorable way.
About the Authors
Lisbeth Kaiser is a freelance writer and children’s book author. Two of her books in the internationally bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, a biographical picture and board books series, Maya Angelou and Emmeline Pankhurst, were selected for the ALA’s Amelia Bloomer Book List. Lisbeth lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters.
Stan Chow was born and raised in Manchester, England, where he currently resides. He began his career in 1997 as a fashion illustrator and storyboard artist and has become one of the most highly respected and established artists in the U.K. He works with various media in the advertising, design, publishing, packaging, gaming, animation, and interactive spheres. Chow was guest of honor at the prestigious Hamley's Toy Store in London for the launch of a children's book series he illustrated, The Adventures of Eddie, a Very Special Pigeon. More recently he has been devoting time to his first love: cartoons and caricatures. His design for The White Stripes USB memory stick was nominated for a Grammy award.