"The great panther leaped as a kitten leaps at a dead leaf...landed noiselessly and leaped again and again, while the half purr, half growl gathered head as steam rumbles in a boiler." Kipling's magnetic, vivid descriptions of both the fierce and gentle aspects of the jungle are gathered here in a second collection of tales, along with the further adventures of Mowgli, the wolf-child. The stories included are: "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," "Angutivun Tina," "Red Dog," "Chil's Song," "The Spring Running," and "The Outsong."
Within seconds of pressing play, listeners will find themselves swiping away vines and swatting at mischievous insects as they romp around the jungle with everyone's favorite feral child, Mowgli. Accomplished actor Patrick Tull gives a stellar performance of this collection from Rudyard Kipling. With a sly voice, Tull takes listeners on a trip through the jungle meeting wise, old Baloo Bagheera, and the great Shere Khan. Featured in this collection are such stories as "How Fear Came", "The Law of the Jungle", and "The Song of the Little Hunter".
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A bad performance of wonderful stories
- BR mom