The Jungle Book

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The Jungle Book

The main character of the Jungle Book, Mowgli, the man-club, arrives at the mountain top home of the wolf pack lead by Akela. He is taken in by Mother and Father Wolf. But Shere Khan, the tiger, wants to catch and eat the man-cub and the wolf pack is not sure about allowing Mowgli to stay. He is finally accepted into the pack after Bagheera, the panther, gives the pack food in return. Mowgli grows up happily with the wolves but as Akela becomes weaker and weaker, Shere Khan gets Mowgli excluded from the pack. Finally, Mowgli realizes that it is time move on…

Joseph Rudyard Kipling was born in Indian in 1865. He traveled widely during his life. During his second visit to India, from 1882 to 1889, he worked as a journalist, keeping exhaustive notes about life in the countryside. These notes became the basis of many books, including the children’s story The jungle Book. The Disney version of The Jungle book became one of the most popular children’s films of all time.

Kipling received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907.

Subject Children
Selling Rights Worldwide
Packing Weight 0.5 kg
ISBN 9788190716116
Author Rudyard Kipling
Publisher Pigeon Books
Language English
Page count 221
Book Format Paperback

Categories: गौरा पंत 'शिवानी' | Shivani [Author]

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