The remarkable true story of the world’s first giraffologist.
Anne was three years old when she first laid eyes on a giraffe. As her blue eyes gazed into the giraffe’s big brown eyes at the zoo, she was mesmerized. She longed to learn more about the graceful creatures. But time and again, from preschool to graduate school, there was no scientific information to be found. Finally, Anne decided she would have to teach herself. So, she traveled to South Africa alone — and shocked everyone by studying giraffes in the wild!
It's a tall order to follow in the footsteps of this pioneer. But kids will be inspired to try!
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