The book Who is Jane Goodall? by Roberta Edwards is about a girl that since a very young age was interested into animals and being outdoors to explore nature. Jane went to Gombe, Africa to study about wild chimps. While in Africa Jane discovered that chimps act like humans, they can show emotions, they can create basic tools to help themselves. Jane was fascinated to find out that chimps are very smart animals. Jane wanted to help the chimps to live longer, and Jane dedicated her life to learn and protect chimps because the chimps were are risk of extinction. For many years, Jane went on with her learning about the chimps in their natural environment. Vanne, Jane's mother, traveled with young Jane to Africa, and while Jane went out to explore the wild, Vanne would help the people of the area by providing basic care for them. Jane created the Roots & Shoots program were young kids learn about animals. Jane also created TACARE (take care) to help protect the natural habitat for the chimps and the humans that lived near them. Jane also went on to create ChimpanZoo a project which main purpose was to improve the lives of chimps at zoos. I recommend this book to anyone that likes animals, wants to learn more about their harsh environment, and wants to learn of how to protect them because you never know you may become the next Jane Goodall.