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The Jungle Book

My first introduction to The Jungle Book was a cartoon show that came every weekend, in India. I was 6-8 years old when I saw it first time and it was my favorite TV show. In the Indian version, Mowgli, the protagonist, had a boomerang, and how I wished I had one.

The Jungle Book was written by Rudyard Kipling and was first published in 1894. It is about a boy called Mowgli who gets lost in an Indian jungle and is adopted by a wolf family. Mowgli’s teacher is Baloo, the Bear and Bagheera, the panther is his mentor and friend. Mowgli’s enemy is Sher Khan who waits for a chance to pounce on Mowgli and have him for a meal. The original book is a bit hard to read because the English was a bit different in 1894, but the beautiful pictures by Nicola Bayley helped me to complete it.

If not the book, I definitely recommend watching the movie.

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