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eBook The Jungle Book ePub

by Rudyard Kipling

  • ISBN: 0307003264
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Rudyard Kipling
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Golden Books; 1st Edition edition (August 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 24
  • ePub book: 1560 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1434 kb
  • Other: lrf rtf mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 248

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Редьярд Киплинг The Jungle Book. Now Rann, the Kite, brings home the night That Mang, the Bat, sets free - The herds are shut in byre and hut, For loosed till dawn are we.

Редьярд Киплинг The Jungle Book. This is the hour of pride and power, Talon and tush and claw. Oh, hear the call! – Good hunting all That keep the Jungle Law! Night-Song in the Jungle.

Bagheera has noticed us! All the Jungle Peopleadmire us for our skill and our cunning!" Then they began their flight;and the flight of the Monkey People through tree-land is one of thethings nobody can describe. They have their regular roads andcross-roads, uphills and downhills, all laid out from fifty to seventyor a hundred feet aboveground, and by these they can travel even atnight if necessary.

With a New Introduction. The Jungle Books became immensely successful, and sparked many imitations

With a New Introduction. The Jungle Books became immensely successful, and sparked many imitations. The best-known was written by an American, Edgar Rice Burroughs, who changed the wolves into apes, set the story in Africa instead of India, made Mowgli white, and renamed him Tarzan.

The Jungle Book book. IMO, Rudyard Kipling is the worst example of the quintessential British Imperialist and Colonialist. His attitude towards India is contemptuous and condescending. As a person, I dislike him intensely.

The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of stories by the English author Rudyard Kipling. Most of the characters are animals such as Shere Khan the tiger and Baloo the bear, though a principal character is the boy or "man-cub" Mowgli, who is raised in the jungle by wolves. The stories are set in a forest in India; one place mentioned repeatedly is "Seonee" (Seoni), in the central state of Madhya Pradesh.

It is neither bullock nor buck he hunts to-night,’ said Mother Wolf.

It was the jackal-Tabaqui, the Dish-licker-and the wolves of India despise Tabaqui because he runs about mak-ing mischief, and telling tales, and eating rags and pieces of leather from the village rubbish-heaps. It is neither bullock nor buck he hunts to-night,’ said Mother Wolf.

Первая и вторая Книги Джунглей (The Jungle Book) под одной обложкой - сборник колониальных историй Киплинга (Rudyard Kipling), сдобренных поэзией

Первая и вторая Книги Джунглей (The Jungle Book) под одной обложкой - сборник колониальных историй Киплинга (Rudyard Kipling), сдобренных поэзией. The next thing he remembered was feeling hands on his legs and arms, – hard, strong little hands, – and then a swash of branches in his face; and then he was staring down through the swaying boughs as Baloo woke the jungle with his deep cries and Bagheera bounded up the trunk with every tooth bared

Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book is a 1994 Disney film based on the Mowgli stories in The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.

Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book is a 1994 Disney film based on the Mowgli stories in The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, and is a live-action remake of the 1967 film The Jungle Book. This time, the animals do not speak. It was directed by Stephen Sommers. The original music score was composed by Basil Poledouris.

Now Chil the Kite brings home the night If ye find that the bullock can toss you, or the heavy-browed Sambhur can gore; Ye need not stop work to inform us. We knew it ten seasons before

Now Chil the Kite brings home the night. If ye find that the bullock can toss you, or the heavy-browed Sambhur can gore; Ye need not stop work to inform us. We knew it ten seasons before. Oppress not the cubs of the stranger, but hail them as Sister and Brother, For though they are little and fubsy it may be the Bear is their mother. There is none like to me! " says the Cub in the pride of his earliest kill; Butt the Jungle is large and the Cub he is small Let him think and be still. The stream is shrunk - the pool is dry

The Second Jungle Book By. Rudyard Kipling.

The Second Jungle Book By. How Fear Came The Law of the Jungle The Miracle of Purun Bhagat A Song of Kabir Letting in the Jungle Mowgli's Song against People The Undertakers A Ripple Song The King's Ankus The Song of the Little Hunter Quiquern 'Angutivaun Taina' Red Dog Chil's Song The Spring Running The Outsong.

Disney's "Jungle Book" Little Golden Books- collectible. Beginning reading.

Comments

Fenrikree Fenrikree
this is a quote from the back cover: "The original book, published in 1902, contained more than thirty of Kipling's own brilliant illustrations, all of which have been faithfully reproduced in this Aziloth Books edition." "BRILLIANT" and "FAITHFULLY REPRODUCED" IS TOTALLY INACCURATE. The book itself is not large and the inside illustrations are ALL BLACK AND WHITE and SO RIDICULOUSLY SMALL that the reproductive quality is non-existant. The stories and poems are fine. I am SOOOOO DISAPPOINTED when the ILLUSTRATIONS, just as delightful as Kilings writings are impossible to enjoy..even the larger ones are reproduced so badly, fuzzy B&W lines. Some are as small as <1/2" by <1/1/2 " !!!
Amerikan_Volga Amerikan_Volga
“Just So Stories” is a collection of 12 children’s stories. The theme that runs through the dozen stories is that they are mostly tall-tale answers for questions that children might have. All but two of them focus on animals and nature, and the two divergent stories deal with the origin of written language. Since it’s such a small collection and the titles tend to synopsize the stories, I’ll include the table of contents below, which may give one greater insight into the nature of the stories.

1.) How the Whale Got his Throat
2.) How the Camel Got his Hump
3.) How the Rhinoceros Got his Skin
4.) How the Leopard Got his Spots
5.) The Elephant’s Child
6.) The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo
7.) The Beginning of the Armadillos
8.) How the First Letter Was Made
9.) How the Alphabet Was Made
10.) The Crab that Played with the Sea
11.) The Cat that Walked by Himself
12.) The Butterfly that Stamped

The edition that I have has a number of black-and-white graphics (block print and line drawn style)—one or two per story. Given the genre, I imagine most editions have some kind of pictures, but your edition’s graphics may vary. A number of the stories include short poetry—usually at the end. The poetry is part of the original Kipling product and so are likely included in all unabridged editions.

I’d recommend this book for those looking for short stories that are relatable to young children.
Manona Manona
This book was released July 1, 2018 and I pre-ordered without reviews as none were available. I was surprised to find 2700 reviews on this book right after Amazon received it in mid-July, 2018. My review is for "this specific book." Amazon has generic reviews listed for this book of all the Rudyard Kipling "Jungle Books" they sell, so we customers do not know what reviews applies to what books. Amazon did this also with Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories many books Amazon sells. Not acceptable! This specific book, released July 1, 2018, is abridged with illustrations that can help a child understand how a boy could grow up with animals in the wild. Well written story. Definitely for ages 5 and up. I will give it to my grandson, but feel I cannot give it to my granddaughters because it has various illustrations of boy nudity from the back. 1 picture of bare butt would have been enough; the other illustrations could have had foliage discreetly hiding the nudity.
Lightseeker Lightseeker
I first encountered this story as a child, as an animated film on television. It became my favorite story, with the cadence of the narration and the wonderful animation bringing the story to life. I used to watch it every year, just like the Christmas specials and The Wizard of Oz. I've even seen it a few times as an adult, each time reliving a little piece of my childhood.

When I saw this book recently, on a list of free books, I grabbed it up so I could carry this little piece around with me all the time. I was kind of afraid to actually read the story, because so often these days books and their movies don't have much in common. However, this is word for word the animated story I have enjoyed so many times; or should I say the animated film is just like the book. The language is lyrical, and there is a rhythm to the story that reinforces this quality. If I had a child, since they don't show the film any more, this would be a regular on the bedtime story list, and not just for the language. The themes of making the best of what happens to you in life, and of protecting your family, are woven throughout this story, as well as using common sense when planning anything you have to do. I'm going to grab The Jungle Book next!
olgasmile olgasmile
This is a beautiful copy of Just So Stories. As others have mentioned, it is a small volume but the cover is embossed and the pages are gilded. The paper is thin--not due to cheapness but rather it is fine paper. It contains the original illustrations and their captions, and it is just lovely.

I ordered this copy because I was unable to find the copy my grandfather had given me as a child, which was a rather sizeable volume complete with colored illustrations on glossy paper. This copy is nothing like that volume, which held up well to the repeated use of a young child. This volume is meant for the caring, gentle hands of an older child or adult. If your child cannot use tissue paper without tearing it, this is not the volume for him or her.

That said, if your child loves the stories, this would be a wonderful book to give him or her when she or he grows up.
Vozilkree Vozilkree
Kipling wrote for a more leisurely age. The stories make use of a wide vocabulary and literary devices such as repetition and alliteration. It is hard for a modern child to fully understand. But there is something going on at a deeper level. They love the rhythm of Kipling. The story lines are exquisitely crafted. They like to ask questions about the vocabulary. They are fascinated with the subjects of the stories. You can read the story as written, then retell it often in your own words. For instance, I told my son the story of the insatiably curious elephant child this week when he was pestering me with questions. Then pretended to pull his nose.

Also at a deep level, Kipling teaches traditional values and shares deep wisdom. The females in his stories (First Woman in The cat who walked alone, the Tailor Bird's wife in Rikki Tiki Tavi) are fully drawn and quite intelligent.

It is a classic.