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Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2 Kindle Edition
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- File size : 42458 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Word Wise : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Print length : 224 pages
- ASIN : B0842VKX63
- Publisher : Rebel Girls; Illustrated edition (21 January 2020)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #62,620 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The very first page I opened was factually incorrect. I was going to give this book to a young girl, but if I told her about this one thing I noticed, why should I expect her to believe any of the other stories?
The book claims the Black Mambas (anti-poaching unit) were founded in 2007. In fact, they were founded in 2013. I can live with that.
But the punch line; "It took only a year of Black Mamba patrols for the snaring to disappear almost completely and the rhino killings to stop entirely."
Where did you get these facts? From the New York Social Diary? Because that's the only place I can find a similar statistic. Very Rebel.
The Black Mambas have done an absolutely brilliant job in REDUCING poaching and removing snares.
But the facts are (looking at the Kruger Park alone, because presumably you meant the area where the Black Mambas work):
In 2017 alone, overall poaching incidents in the park were 2,662; and 404 rhinos were poached. (Across South Africa, 1028 rhinos were poached.)
Savetherhino.org: "From 2007-2014, South Africa experienced an exponential rise in rhino poaching - a growth of over 9000%. Most illegal activity occurs in the Kruger National Park."
I'm so annoyed. I'm returning this book. I'll just continue to SHOW girls what a rebel girl is, instead of dishing up all this fluffy b/s.
There are quite a slew of books telling the stories of women that have come out of the last year or two, but as well as defining the genre, Rebel Girls has both the visual style and well-pitched and engaging narrative content that many of them lack. If you liked the first book, then this volume is a sequel you will probably likewise enjoy.
Sadly though the book has arrived with marks on the cover and I don’t have time to replace it before my daughters birthday ☹️ So we will just have to deal with the copy we have be sent.