The Goose Man

The Goose Man

The Story of Konrad Lorenz

Book - 2010
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Houghton
Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989) was a boy who loved animals. He grew up to be a man who studied animals and received a Nobel prize for his work. This book centers on the ground-breaking discoveries he made while observing and interacting with geese. His affection for his subjects and his fascination with their behavior illuminate the process by which a boy who had a house full of pets became a revered, award-winning scientist. Clear, carefully researched text is accompanied by warm, impressionistic paintings in this engaging picture book biography, which will have special appeal for young animal lovers and science enthusiasts. Author's note, bibliography. 


Baker & Taylor
Impressionistic illustrations and carefully researched text introduce young nature lovers to the inspiring work of the late Nobel Prize-winning behavioral scientist, focusing on the particular discoveries he made while observing and interacting with geese.

Baker
& Taylor

Introduces the work of the late Nobel Prize-winning behavioral scientist, focusing on the discoveries he made while observing and interacting with geese.
This book tells the true story of Konrad Lorenz, whose love for animals as a child led to his winning the Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking research of the behavior of geese.

Publisher: Boston : Clarion Books, 2010
ISBN: 9780547084596
0547084595
Branch Call Number: J B LORENZ
Characteristics: 32 p

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