she read and reread the books about Tarzan of the Apes ..."
by Patrick McDonnell
Kids Wings Top Flight Book
2012 Caldecott Honor Book
Goodall had a dream.
dream started with a stuffed chimpanzee.
The dream grew when she was outside watching birds,
squirrels, and insects.
When she watched the animals, she became curious.
Her curiosity led her to read about them.
The world around her became magical, full of joy and
Where would her dream take her?
Why did her dreams become prayers?
What did she do when she grew up that no one else had
Why are books written about her?
by Patrick McDonnell was chosen as a 2012 Caldecott Honor
Book for telling her story in pictures. Through his book,
Mr. McDonnell shares her heart for the beauty of the earth
and its animals.
with Patrick McDonnell
The Amazing Story of Jane Goodall, Roots and Shoots
Message to Kids From Jane Goodall
Animal Planet's Chimps, Jane
Goodall, Wildlife Hero
Kids: Jane Goodall Facts
Goodall Recommends that You Make a Puppet
K-3 Literary Connections:
Nature Picture Books:
by Jim Arnosky
by Kristine McConnell George
Sparrow Girl by Sara
by Kristine McConnel George
Follow the Trail by
Snails and Peacock Tails: Shapes and Patterns in Nature
by Betsy Franco and Steve Jenkins
More Nature and Science Literature
with Literature Guides
Kids Wings 11-page activity guide for Me…Jane
by Patrick McDonnell provides
and learning for grades K-3, perfect for lesson planning
and printed handouts or projection slides on your SmartBoard!
(see some screen shots below) include:
Pre-Reading Discussion Cards
2-Page Readers' Theater Introduction
Analyzing the Story
Which Does Not Fit?
Making a Jungle Animal Book