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5.0 out of 5 stars A Classic
The Jungle Book introduces Mowgli, the human foundling adopted by a family of wolves. It tells of the enmity between him and the tiger Shere Khan, who killed Mowgli's parents, and of the friendship between the man-cub and Bagheera, the black panther, and Baloo, the sleepy brown bear, who instructs Mowgli in the Laws of the Jungle. The Second Jungle Book contains some of...
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1.0 out of 5 stars very confusing ,and boring and ,what are they on about?
I thought hmmmmmm this seems too confusing and what were the wolves talking about.Just this then that and Sher Khan and Mowgli.Like what kind of world is it.Well i knew it was a jungle world but it was a stupid one. i can understand hamlet better than the jungle book.In this I could only make out one or two pages.well maybe a bit more but not much.I only read it at...
Published on 11 Aug. 2000


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Classic, 15 Sept. 2011
This review is from: The Jungle Book (Wordsworth Children's Classics) (Paperback)
The Jungle Book introduces Mowgli, the human foundling adopted by a family of wolves. It tells of the enmity between him and the tiger Shere Khan, who killed Mowgli's parents, and of the friendship between the man-cub and Bagheera, the black panther, and Baloo, the sleepy brown bear, who instructs Mowgli in the Laws of the Jungle. The Second Jungle Book contains some of the most thrilling of the Mowgli stories. It includes Red Dog, in which Mowgli forms an unlikely alliance with the python Kaa, How Fear Came and Letting in the Jungle as well as The Spring Running, which brings Mowgli to manhood and the realisation that he must leave Bagheera, Baloo and his other friends for the world of man.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 8 Jan. 2014
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Good book.
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5 of 120 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars very confusing ,and boring and ,what are they on about?, 11 Aug. 2000
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I thought hmmmmmm this seems too confusing and what were the wolves talking about.Just this then that and Sher Khan and Mowgli.Like what kind of world is it.Well i knew it was a jungle world but it was a stupid one. i can understand hamlet better than the jungle book.In this I could only make out one or two pages.well maybe a bit more but not much.I only read it at school, and when i was in the middle of it i decided to read another book and when i was finished with the other book i said to myself well i might aswell finish it. and i was so glad that i had finally finished it.
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