"HOPE FOR ANIMALS IS HER WARRIOR CRY"
GOODALL, Jane. Hope for Animals and Their World. How Endangered Species Are Being Rescued from the Brink. New York Boston: Grand Central, (2009). Octavo, original brown and tan paper boards, original dust jacket. $400.
First edition of Goodall's "intensely moving" work, signed on the title page by her, featuring many full-page and in-text illustrations, including 32 pages in full color.
"The news about biodiversity isn't good… yet Jane Goodall, primatologist and ethologist, refuses to despair, and Hope for Animals is her warrior cry… it soars above even the most interesting of Goodall's previous books because this time, she is writing for the life of the planet… gorgeously illustrated and dense with compelling stories organized into six thematic parts… Hope for Animals is intensely moving and Goodall's measured prose conveys urgency and crisis without panic" (Globe and Mail). Co-authored with Thane Maynard and Gail Hudson. With extensive appendix titled, "What You Can Do."
A fine signed copy.