How the Leopard Got His Spots
In the yellow hues of the African plains, hunting was easy for the leopard, whose light coat served as camouflage. When all the animals moved away, the hungry leopard had to follow them to the striped, splotchy, spotted forest. But he didn't stand a chance of survival unless, of course, he acquired spots himself. Rich in language and subtle humor, this inspired adaptation of the Rudyard Kipling classic comes alive.
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A South African tale about why animals and people look the way they do. When Leopard and Ethiopian drive the animals off the high veldt, because they are all so visible being, exclusively yellowish ... Read full review