The Jungle Book
The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of fantasy animal stories by Rudyard Kipling. The tales involve Mowgli, an Indian child lost in the jungles. Mowgli is adopted by a tribe of wolves and is brought up according to the jungle laws by various animal mentors such as the black panther and the bear. He is fed the jungle diet. When he comes back to his village, the villagers are amazed by Mowgli's ability to talk to animals and considered by many to be a savage animal himself.
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