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This is a sentimental fairy tale written by Marion St. John Webb, in which children undertake an adventure in a somewhat magical ship.
A short poem about two emerald dragons discovered in the summer’s heat. The narrator befriends them and builds a farm to tame them.
A story with a modern message of the plight of seals. A baby seal sees humans clubbing seals to death, so he swims the globe to find safety.
Find out what a man-eating mugger (crocodile), an adjutant crane, and a jackal talk about while relaxing on a river bank one evening.
This is about a character from the Jungle Book, Toomai, an elephant handler. His adventures and life lessons unfold in this delightful tale.
Of Jungle Book fame, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi the mongoose lives in India, where he defends a family against venomous cobras.
An Inuit tribe is in danger of starvation, so a young boy and girl lead a team to find food. They are aided by Quiquern, an 8-legged spirit.
Non-Mowgli story from the Second Jungle Book
Set in 1885 India in the Viceroy’s field camp. The story reveals the camp animals’ conversations about their work and an upcoming event.
Mowgli lost his parents to a tiger attack and was raised by wolves. This is the story of jungle life and battles with the tiger Shere Khan.