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Looking for Miza

the true story of an orphaned baby gorilla
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Scholastic Press , New York
Gorilla -- Behavior -- Kenya -- Juvenile literature., Social behavior in animals -- Kenya -- Juvenile litera
Statementby Craig Hatkoff, Juliana Hatkoff, Isabella Hatkoff, and Paula Kahumbu ; photographs by Peter Greste.
GenreJuvenile literature.
ContributionsGreste, Peter, ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL737.P96 H39 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16657426M
ISBN 100545085403
ISBN 139780545085403
LC Control Number2008009544
OCLC/WorldCa213080502

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In a magical place called the Congo, in the beautiful forests and jungles of Virunga National Park, lives a young female mountain gorilla named Miza. She was just like any other baby gorilla, riding on her mother's back, playing, taking naps. Then, one day, when Miza and her mother were out searching for food, Miza's mother disappeared, leaving her baby alone and frightened.

The amazing Congolese Mountain Rangers, for no pay, risk their lives every day to protect these majestic creatures, but it will take more than their protection to keep Miza, her family, and other Mountain Gorillas with lush photographs by award-winning photographer Peter Greste, Looking for Miza is a.

Miza and other mountain gorillas face an especially uncertain future.

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They are an endangered species, disappearing at an alarming speed. Without our help they could vanish completely. Filled with lush photographs by award-winning photographer Peter Greste, LOOKING FOR MIZA is a powerful call to action.

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This fall, a heartwarming book titled Looking for Miza: The True Story of the Mountain Gorilla Family Who Rescued One of their Own by Juliana Hatkoff, Isabella Hatkoff, Craig Hatkoff, and Dr. Paula Kahumbu will be released to raise awareness of the endangered mountain gorillas.

Last summer, ten of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas were tragically massacred. Looking for Miza: Lesson Plans Social Studies Lessons and Printables (Grades ) PRINT; EMAIL; The lesson plans and printables below will give students the background information they need to create an action plan to raise awareness of the problems facing the endangered mountain gorillas.

Looking for Miza a great way to celebrate Earth Day and bring awareness to animal conservation. This is the story of an African gorilla troop who loses one of their own members and must come together to get her back.

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ISBN: Price: $ Reading Level: Grades (ages ) This book is about a family of gorillas in the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Get this from a library. Looking for Miza: the true story of the mountain gorilla family who rescued one of their own. [Juliana Hatkoff; Peter Greste;] -- In a magical place called the Congo, in the beautiful forests and jungles of Virunga National Park, lives a young female mountain gorilla named Miza.

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[Juliana Hatkoff; Peter Greste;] -- In the heart of the Congo, a young orphaned gorilla named Miza is miraculously adopted by a Silverback Mountain Gorilla named Kabirizi and his family of twenty-seven. The amazing Congolese Mountain. “Looking For Miza” is the true story of a baby Congolese mountain gorilla who is rescued by her family and returned home after her mother’s death.

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