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I did not enjoy this at all. It was mostly talk. The animals loved to have meetings and discuss. I don't know how a kid could enjoy this and the narrator kind of annoyed me. I could see where Disney could make it into something enjoyable, but not the written form.
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The narrator was amazing and I was so happy when it included Riki tiki tavi to the rest of the jungle book
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You can listen to Snow White or Cinderella. And grow up yearning to be a princess. Or, you can follow the adventures of Mowgli and learn the law of the jungle. Would you rather grow up with glass slippers or a panther for a friend?
Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Books have been inspiring children to become adventurers, tree climbers, mountaineers, scouts and cheerful souls for over a hundred years. The stories are cleverly paced, well structured and above all, lots of fun, although there are a few scenes, such as when Mowgli leaves his mother wolf, when you almost want to cry along with him. This audiobook brings the stories to life. The narrator managed to bring a new dimension to the story. His voicing was excellent and he is very easy to listen to.
Overall, I received you purchase this book and play it to your children. Unless, of course, you actually want to be singing "let it go" for the rest of your life.
Peter Batchelor is a great narrator, who is very engaging. Extreamly relevant short stories with something to be learnt by everyone. ☆☆☆☆☆