(EBOOK / KINDLE) Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics BY Rudyard Kipling


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    Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kipling ´ 4 Read & Download Read Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics I never read children's books when I was a child I was fortunate later to have friends that would read them to me A high school friend read me the Winnie the Pooh stories And in college my girlfriend now wife regularly re

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    Read Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics (EBOOK / KINDLE) Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics BY Rudyard Kipling Many years ago I read Kipling’s

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics BY Rudyard Kipling I enjoyed Rikki Tikki Tavi much than Her Majesty's ServantsRikki Tikki Tavi was a fun story full of suspense and with a loveable character Who couldn't love a little mongoose?When I first read this when I was much younger I didn't understand Her Majesty's Servants I was never uite sure what was going on and the characters got all muddled in my head Perhaps if I re read it I'll understand a bit

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics BY Rudyard Kipling Fun little read that was one of my favourites as a kid

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Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook E Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther and their enemy is the ferocious tiger Shere. Check out my review on the main version of the book

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Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Khan Mowgli's life is filled with adventure and a chance to become a hero of the jung. Many years ago I read Kipling s Mowgli Stories and didn t get along with it I have the gorgeous Minalima illustrated edition of The Jungle Book but wanted to give this sample a go first to dip my toe inThere were two short stories included here and I enjoyed them both immensely While there are human characters in both pieces the stories are told through the eyes of animals and are both humorous and philosophical After reading this I m definitely looking forward to reading the whole bookOn a side note there s an adorable terrier named Vixen in one of the stories here She reminded me of my brother s sweet terrier Chihiro so much that I had to cuddle her when I finished reading this Dog people you ve been warned

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Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Mowgli the little man cub is raised by wolves in the jungle of India His companions ar. I never read children s books when I was a child I was fortunate later to have friends that would read them to me A high school friend read me the Winnie the Pooh stories And in college my girlfriend now wife regularly read aloud book after book after book Some stories are meant to be read aloud especially children s storiesI listened to the Jungle Book on Audiobooks from the Gutenberg Project where volunteers narrate public domain books The version I listened to was narrated by Meredith Hughes It was like being back in my dorm room on a cool evening listening to tales I will never forgetMany of us are familiar with the story of Mowgli the boy raised by wolves and his friends Balou the Bear and Baghira the Panther and his feud with Shere Khan the man eating tiger The book went into much detail about Mowgli s difficult return to civilization than the Disney cartoon or the recent Disney film though the older movie was slightly truer to the book If you don t know the story treat yourself to a uick read or to any of the movies If you have only seen the movies you owe it to yourself to read the book or better to have someone read it to youThe story stands by itself as a good yarn But it also reflects on the nature of law the Law of the Jungle versus the Law of Man and the virtues of family and clan honesty diligence and effort There are also lessons about revenge spite and duplicity This is not a one dimensional cant of nature is good man bad There are both noble humans such as Mowgli and his human mother and animals And there are bad animals Shere Khan and the apes and humans the village hunter and priest In any case the stories not morality tales They are engaging and enjoyableThis volume includes other stories than just those of Mowgli There is Rikki tikki tavi whom many will recognize as the loyal courageous little mongoose There is Kotick the while seal who overcomes his people s sloth and skepticism to save them from decimation These are not cute bedtime stories for children Rikki is bloody minded and vicious to his cobra foe Kotick is red all over in one scene covered in the blood of the other seals whom he has fought for harem rights Nonetheless these are tales that children will enjoy and remember for their entire lives I also highly recommend these tales to adults whether they are reading them for the first time or returning to them many years later

  • Hardcover
  • 56
  • Tales from The Jungle Book Ladybird Classics
  • Rudyard Kipling
  • English
  • 26 July 2020
  • 9780721416557