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ISBN:0006328857
Author: Joy Adamson
ISBN13: 978-0006328858
Title: Forever Free: Elsa's Pride
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Category: Biological Sciences
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (June 30, 1983)
Pages: 224

Forever Free: Elsa's Pride by Joy Adamson



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Forever Free: Elsa's Pride Paperback – June 30, 1983. by. Joy Adamson (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. This book covers the death of Elsa and the capture and release of her cubs in the Serengeti. The difficulty the Adamsons had working with the cubs after Elsa's death was surprising and interesting. As soon as Elsa was gone it was obvious that the cubs only tolerated the Adamsons for their mother's sake. In 'Born Free and 'Living Free', Joy Adamson told the extraordinary story of her association with Elsa, whom she and her husband George had raised from a tiny cub to a full-grown lioness and then released to life in the wild. By a passionate patience and an understanding love,' as Sir Julian Huxley points out, a relationship was established that survived the release.

Duktilar This is a last great book to the Elsa trilogy. The story began with, Born Free telling how Elsa, a lioness, was raised with the Adamson’s in a wild reserve environment and then moved on to Living Free where Elsa was moved to another environment where she could find a mate, which she did and she gave birth to three cubs, Jespah, Gopa and Little Elsa. The Adamson’s still frequented this place after the cubs were born to bring them fresh meat they got from hunting to be able to feed and keep the four. Than the sadness of Elsa’s illness and her death haunted me as I read on to see how the cubs where going to survive without her. The cubs were still to young to hunt prey for themselves so the Adamson’s stayed on to keep feeding them and watching how they acted among the other lions and hoping that another lion family would adopt them into their pride in that area.

Elsa's Pride - Forever Free by Joy Adamson. Rubbing to edges and corners bumped. Spine and covers creased. The story of Elsa's cubs.

Joy and George Adamson pioneered the practice of releasing animals born or raised in captivity back into the wild in the late 1950s and early 1960s. It has since become a common practice. Kenya's first wildlife reserves were funded in part by the profits from their initial book "Born Free," the story of their work with Elsa. Further books and subsequent films brought conservation issue to the world's attention  . Adamson, Joy. Forever Free: Elsa's Pride. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1964.

Friederike Victoria "Joy" Adamson (née Gessner, 20 January 1910 – 3 January 1980) was a naturalist, artist and author. Her book, Born Free, describes her experiences raising a lion cub named Elsa. In 1977, she was awarded the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art.

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Reviews: 7
Kelerius
This is a last great book to the Elsa trilogy. The story began with, “Born Free” telling how Elsa, a lioness, was raised with the Adamson’s in a wild reserve environment and then moved on to “Living Free where Elsa was moved to another environment where she could find a mate, which she did and she gave birth to three cubs, Jespah, Gopa and Little Elsa.

At this reserve Elsa took excellent care of her cubs and protected them from all human and animal predators. Poaching was taking place at this reserve as well as the last. Elsa and her cubs were also in peril from another lioness who roamed the same territory. After a few battles Elsa made a great stand and won out that area to rear her cubs. The Adamson’s still frequented this place after the cubs were born to bring them fresh meat they got from hunting to be able to feed and keep the four of them healthy.

Than the sadness of Elsa’s illness and her death haunted me as I read on to see how the cubs where going to survive without her. The cubs were still to young to hunt prey for themselves so the Adamson’s stayed on to keep feeding them and watching how they acted among the other lions and hoping that another lion family would adopt them into their pride in that area. However, the cubs wound up getting in trouble with the small villages that surrounded the reserve by being with a group of lions that were killing the villager’s goats, sheep, etc. Jespah did get hit with an arrow head in the process but it didn’t seem to be life threatening because it was just under the skin on his right hip area. People felt it would sooner or later works its way out.

The Adamson’s received a letter stating that the cubs needed to be transferred somewhere else. They happen to get lucky that a National Reserve Park over six hundred miles away decided to take the cubs. The Adamson’s and their hired help struggled for days to capture the cubs to transport them by crates/cages to their new home. The journey took a toll on the cubs but they did survive and was released to their new environment that held many other animals. This was a huge adjustment for the cubs and it took them some time to find a place where they felt safe. The story goes on about the demands that were put upon the Adamson’s and the struggle to be able to watch over the cubs. There’s plenty more events throughout the book to keep you reading but the story of the cubs is sad because their story has no ending. However this book was as good as the other two and I will probably read them again someday….
Shaktit
This is an awesome book and even more so since it is a true story. It's story is heartwarming, touching and interesting, and begs you to learn more about these animals. I loved it.
LadyShlak
This book covers the death of Elsa and the capture and release of her cubs in the Serengeti. The difficulty the Adamsons had working with the cubs after Elsa's death was surprising and interesting. As soon as Elsa was gone it was obvious that the cubs only tolerated the Adamsons for their mother's sake. It made keeping track of them almost impossible even in their home territory and completely impossible once they were relocated. The time, effort and worry that the Adamsons put in trying to save them is touching. The pictures are great as always.
Thorgaginn
"In 'Born Free and 'Living Free', Joy Adamson told the extraordinary story of her association with Elsa, whom she and her husband George had raised from a tiny cub to a full-grown lioness and then released to life in the wild. 'By a passionate patience and an understanding love,' as Sir Julian Huxley points out, a relationship was established that survived the release. When Elsa had mated with a wild lion and her three cubs, Jespah, Gopa, and Little Elsa, were born, she brought them to the Adamsons' camp. And when she died prematurely, leaving her cubs unprotected, the Adamsons assumed guardianship over three lions raised in the wild. How they acquitted themselves of their unprecedented, heroic task is recorded in 'Forever Free'."

"'Forever Free' is the dramatic story of Elsa's death, and of the remarkable relationship that grew between the Adamsons and Elsa's wild cubs."
Marilore
In the culmination of the truly amazing story of the Adamsons and the lioness, Elsa, the Adamsons are quite surprised to see Elsa again when she brings her cubs back to show them. Sadly, the lioness dies and the Adamsons are left with three motherless cubs that they again must teach somehow to fend for themselves in a wild environment.
Tholmeena
condition seemed better than any new paperback i ve bought......shipped on time......what more can i ask for?
Velellan
This books focus is the cubs and their misadventures and relocation plans. A great ending to a true story that was both sad and heartwarming. I am so glad to know that there are people like the Adamson's out there. Unfortunately, both of the Adamson's were murdered, at separate times. Elsa's story is truly a beautiful one!