From Pink Boots and a Machete
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|"My big, small discovery in 2001. The mouse lemur of northeastern Madagascar is the world's smallest primate. If he looks a little spacey, it's due to the tranquilizer, not my squeezing."||"My little newborn monkey, Emma. It was love at first sight."||"My grin atop Mount Roraima comes from having survived the climb and near starvation. We found a spectacular landscape up there--black, forbidding, primeval."||"A seemingly magical force drew me to the edge of Guyana's spectacular Kaieteur waterfall and made me want to spread my wings and fly."|
|"Game day was the pay-off for hours of grueling cheerleading practice. Nothing beat standing on the field listening to thousands of screaming fans--or hearing the National Anthem performed."||"Leopards can be killing machines, but this one is a like a large house cat."||"Coming full circle: 1978 ...||and 2010"|
I enjoyed it very much. The author was supposed to present at a conference I attended but was unable to make it due to weather. Read morePublished 17 days ago by K. A. Livingston
I was interested in this book about Mireya, a cheerleader who goes on to become a renowned primatologist, because of my interest in primates. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dani Maron-Oliver
Lots of good stories with each expedition. Could have done with a little less self description on her part. She's a pretty good writer!Published 9 months ago by mac44
Be all that you can be - and make an adventure out of the ride!Published 11 months ago by D. Sherman
It's a great read. It's really quick read if you are looking for a book to read in between book series.Published 13 months ago by Rachel M.
This true story is a great story. It is very adventurous. Its a great story for teenage girls. You need to write more books like this!!!Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer