The Jungle BookThe Jungle Book is a collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling. The stories tell about life and legends of the Indian jungle. Parts of The Jungle Book have been adapted to television, movies, the theater, and other media. Kipling was born in India , and spent the first six years of his life there. After about ten years in England, he went back to India and worked there for about six-and-half years. All of the Jungle Book stories were published in magazines in
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There is a version of The Jungle Book for every reader, from adults to preschoolers. Middle grade readers can try their hands at less complicated versions, including Great Illustrated Classics adaptations by Malvina G. So discovers Gerard the giraffe, who gets laughed out of the annual dance contest because his knobby knees and uncooperative long legs keep tripping him up. With the help of a very small friend, Gerard discovers that we all can dance if we find music that we love. The creator of the charming Maisy series has now introduced Jazzy the Lemur, who loves to play hide and seek in the jungle.
After the drought ends, the wolves debate whether they should keep Mowgli or not. Mowgli decides to leave the jungle for the safety of his pack. Bagheera agrees with the decision and volunteers to guide him to the nearby man village. En route, Shere Khan ambushes them and injures Bagheera, but Mowgli manages to escape amidst a buffalo stampede. Mowgli later awakens and retrievies some difficult-to-access honey for Baloo as repayment, with the two bonding in the process.
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This is The Jungle Book Story. The story is about a man-baby who was found in the jungle by Bagheera the panther.
In the thick of a jungle in India, a little boy is playing with wolf cubs. Mother wolf is there. She says to the little boy, "Mowgli, be careful, you could hurt yourself. Mowgli, still a boy played with all the animals in the jungle. He had many friends; Bhaloo, the bear. Bhagera, the panther and his many monkey friends.