This addition to Gail Gibbons' nonfiction library has information about these elegant animals' feeding habits, how they raise their young, their habitat, and why so many live in zoos. Gibbons' trademark style features kid-friendly explanations and visually presented facts.
This important introduction to gorillas by best-selling author-illustrator Gail Gibbons explores these fascinating cousins of humans.
All wild gorillas live in Africa. They are peaceful and intelligent, and live in family groups called troops.
Here are descriptions of the physical characteristics of these primates as well as information about how they live, including how they eat, raise their young, and adapt to their environment.
NONFICTION PICTURE BOOK