At age 85, Jane Goodall is as positive as ever
NEW YORK —
Jane Goodall’s subsequent e-book will probably be a tribute to her enduring optimism.
Celadon Books introduced Monday that Goodall’s “The E-book of Hope” will probably be printed in fall 2021. The venture is a collaboration with Doug Abrams, creator of the bestselling “The E-book of Pleasure,” and springs 60 years after the distinguished primatologist started her pioneering analysis of chimpanzees in Africa.
“’The E-book of Hope’ will function an ordinary exploration of our very nature as human beings and be offering a compelling trail ahead to create hope in our personal lives and on this planet,” in line with Celadon’s announcement. “Thru each Jane’s statement and the newest clinical analysis, readers will enjoy the resilience of nature to get better from the hurt we have now inflicted and the resilience of the human spirit within the face of loss and devastation.”
Goodall’s earlier books come with “My Buddies the Chimpanzees,” “Within the Shadow of Guy” and “The Ten Trusts: What We Will have to Do To Maintain the Animals We Love.”