The Jungle Book


Rudyard Kipling



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Publication Year 2012


ISBN-10 8172344228

Paper Back

Number of Pages 200 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 21X14X1.3
Weight (grms) 178

Adventures in the wild

On a warm evening in the Seeonee hills, a family of wolves finds someone at the threshold of their cave–a human child, who knows nothing of the world of men. Adopted by Father Wolf, the man-cub Mowgli grows up with the pack in the Jungle.

Mowgli begins his journey and learns the law of the Jungle with the help of his new-found friends: Bagheera the wise Panther and lovable old Baloo. Together they face many dangers and adventures, as Mowgli comes face-to-face with Shere Khan the tiger and the Bandar-Log.

Embark on this adventurous journey with Mowgli, Rikki-tikki-tavi, Little Toomai and many others, as you read the enchanting 'The Jungle Book'. As you go from one thrilling escapade to the other, let Kipling take you into a world of fantasy.

Rudyard Kipling

Born on December 30,1865 in Bombay, India, Joseph Rudyard Kipling was of the most-acclaimed writers, of both prose and verse, of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He spent his early childhood in India. Apart from his poems for children, Kipling is remembered for his tales and poems about British Soldiers in India. His most famous works include The Jungle Book, Kim, Just So Stories, the Man Who Would Be King, If and The White Mans Burden. Kiplings significant contribution to the field of literature won him the Nobel Prize in 1907, making him the first English language writer, and the youngest till this date, to receive the prize. He died on January 18, 1936.
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