Keena Roberts Split Her Adolescence Between The Wilds Of An Island Camp In Botswana And The Even Treacherous Halls Of An Elite Philadelphia Private School In Africa, She Slept In A Tent, Cooked Over A Campfire, And Lived Each Day Alongside The Baboon Colony Her Parents Were Studying She Could Wield A Spear As Easily As A Pencil, And It Wasn T Unusual To Be Chased By Lions Or Elephants On Any Given Day But For The Months Of The Year When Her Family Lived In The United States, This Brave Kid From The Bush Was Cowed By The Far Treacherous Landscape Of The Preppy, Private School Social HierarchyMost Girls Keena S Age Didn T Spend Their Days Changing Truck Tires, Baking Their Own Bread, Or Running From Elephants As They Tried To Do Their Schoolwork They Also Didn T Carve Bird Whistles From Palm Nuts Or Nearly Knock Themselves Unconscious Trying To Make Homemade Palm Wine But Keena S Parents Were Famous Primatologists Who Shuttled Her And Her Sister Between Philadelphia And Botswana Every Six Months Dreamer, Reader, And Adventurer, She Was Always Far Comfortable Avoiding Lions And Hippopotamuses Than She Was Dealing With Spoiled Middle School Field Hockey PlayersIn Keena S Funny, Tender Memoir, Wild Life, Africa Bleeds Into America And Vice Versa, Each Culture Amplifying The Other By Turns Heartbreaking And Hilarious, Wild Life Is Ultimately The Story Of A Daring But Sensitive Young Girl Desperately Trying To Figure Out If There S Any Place Where She Truly Fits In
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- 352 pages
- Wild Life
- Keena Roberts
- 11 August 2018 Keena Roberts