Hanbury-Tenison, Robin

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HANBURY-TENISON, Robin

HANBURY-TENISON, Robin. British, b. 1936. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Travel/Exploration, Children's fiction. Career: Farmer, 1960-. Member of Council, Royal Geographical Society, 1968-86. President Survival International, 1969-. Chairman, Friends of Conservation (International), 1999-. OBE, 1981. Publications: The Rough and the Smooth (exploration), 1969; A Question of Survival for the Indians of Brazil, 1973; A Pattern of Peoples: A Journey Among the Tribes of the Outer Indonesian Islands, 1975; Mulu: The Rain Forest, 1980; The Aborigines of the Amazon Rain Forest: The Yanomami, 1982; Worlds Apart, 1984; White Horses over France, 1985; A Ride along the Great Wall, 1987; Fragile Eden: A Ride through New Zealand, 1989; Spanish Pilgrimage: A Canter to St. James, 1990; (ed.) The Oxford Book of Exploration, 1993. CHILDREN'S BOOKS: Jake's Escape, 1996; Jake's Treasure, 1998; Jake's Safari, 1998. Address: Cabilla Manor, Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 4DW, England.

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