Child of the Jungle

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Child of the Jungle Book

A #1 bestseller in Europe, CHILD OF THE JUNGLE tells the remarkable story of a childhood and adolescence spent caught between two modes of existence-jungle life and Western...

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Child of the Jungle - Sabine Kuegler
pdf | 352 KB | English | Isbn: 9780759572720 | Author: Sabine Kuegler | Release Date: 2007-03-02
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A #1 bestseller in Europe, CHILD OF THE JUNGLE tells the remarkable story of a childhood and adolescence spent caught between two modes of existence-jungle life and Western "civilization." Sabine Kuegler was five years old when her family-her German linguist-missionary parents and her siblings-moved to the territory of the recently discovered hunter-and-gatherer Fayu tribe of Papua New Guinea. The Fayu tribe is best known for being a Stone Age community untouched by modern times-they live an existence characterized by fear, violence, and atavistic ritual (including cannibalism in some regions)-but Sabine's family saw another side to them as well. Once the Kueglers were accepted by a clan chief, they found themselves becoming a part of a tightly knit and fiercely loyal community, and living the primal existence of the Fayu-one marked by the natural cycles of day and night, malaria and other diseases, and daily encounters with wildlife, from swims with crocodiles to dinners of worms. As the Kueglers changed, so did the Fayu people, learning from Sabine's family that there was a way out of their cycle of violence and that forgiveness can be sweeter than revenge. At the age of 17, Sabine found her life turned upside down when she left for Switzerland to attend boarding school and entered traditional society head-on. CHILD OF THE JUNGLE is the story of a life lived among the Fayu and the author's attempt to reconcile her feelings about "civilization" with those about a life she knew and loved.
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#1 Child of the Jungle

Child of the Jungle Book Sabine Kuegler
  • Author : Sabine Kuegler
  • Publisher : Grand Central Publishing
  • Release Date : 2007-03-02
  • Total Pages : 272
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Review : (7)

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A #1 bestseller in Europe, CHILD OF THE JUNGLE tells the remarkable story of a childhood and adolescence spent caught between two modes of existence-jungle life and Western "civilization." Sabine Kuegler was five years old when her family-her German linguist-missionary parents and her siblings-moved to the territory of the recently discovered hunter-and-gatherer Fayu tribe of Papua New Guinea. The Fayu tribe is best known for being a Stone Age community untouched by modern times-they live an existence characterized by fear, violence, and atavistic ritual (including cannibalism in some regions)-but Sabine's family saw another side to them as well. Once the Kueglers were accepted by a clan chief, they found themselves becoming a part of a tightly knit and fiercely loyal community, and living the primal existence of the Fayu-one marked by the natural cycles of day and night, malaria and other diseases, and daily encounters with wildlife, from swims with crocodiles to dinners of worms. As the Kueglers changed, so did the Fayu people, learning from Sabine's family that there was a way out of their cycle of violence and that forgiveness can be sweeter than revenge. At the age of 17, Sabine found her life turned upside down when she left for Switzerland to attend boarding school and entered traditional society head-on. CHILD OF THE JUNGLE is the story of a life lived among the Fayu and the author's attempt to reconcile her feelings about "civilization" with those about a life she knew and loved.

#2 The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book Book Rudyard Kipling
  • Author : Rudyard Kipling
  • Publisher : Prabhat Prakashan
  • Release Date : 2021-11-25
  • Total Pages : 168
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (367)

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ÊAmong the best loved of all childrenÕs classics, Rudyard KiplingÕs The Jungle Book is set among a community of animals in the jungles of India, where Kipling was born and grew up. Three of the stories feature the adventures of an abandoned Ôman cub,Õ a boy named Mowgli, who is raised by wolves in the jungle. Other well-known stories in the collection include ÔRikki-Tikki-Tavi,Õ the tale of a heroic mongoose who outwits vicious cobras in order to save his human benefactors, and ÔToomai of the Elephants,Õ the story of a ten-year-old elephant-handler. WorldÕs most favourite and popular book which fantacises children.

#3 Kaa’s Hunting (The First Jungle Book)

Kaa’s Hunting (The First Jungle Book) Book Rudyard Kipling
  • Author : Rudyard Kipling
  • Publisher : Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
  • Release Date : 2021-01-08
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (251)

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During the time Mowgli was with the wolf pack, he is abducted by the Bandar-log monkeys to the ruined city. Baloo and Bagheera set out to rescue him with Kaa the python. Kaa defeats the Bandar-log, frees Mowgli, and hypnotises the monkeys and the other animals with his dance. Mowgli rescues Baloo and Bagheera from the spell. The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of stories by English author Rudyard Kipling. The stories were first published in magazines in 1893–94. The original publications contain illustrations, some by Rudyard's father, John Lockwood Kipling. Kipling was born in India and spent the first six years of his childhood there. After about ten years in England, he went back to India and worked there for about six-and-a-half years. These stories were written when Kipling lived in Vermont. Famous stories of The Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling: Mowgli's Brothers, Kaa's Hunting, Tiger! Tiger!, The White Seal, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, Toomai of the Elephants, Her Majesty’s Servants.

#4 The Jungle Book

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  • Author : Madhubun
  • Publisher : Vikas Publishing House
  • Release Date : N.a
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre : Juvenile Fiction
  • Review : (301)

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The Jungle Book was written by Rudyard Kipling. The story revolves around the adventures of an abandoned ‘man cub’ Mowgli. Mowgli is raised by wolves in the Indian jungle with the help of Baloo the bear and Bagheera the black panther, and then has to fight the tiger Shere Khan. When the wolves hear that the fierce tiger, Shere Kahn, is nearby, they decide to send Mowgli to a local ‘man tribe’.

#5 The Last Thugs: The Legend of the Wandering Circus

The Last Thugs: The Legend of the Wandering Circus Book Kailash
  • Author : Kailash
  • Publisher : Notion Press
  • Release Date : 2021-05-14
  • Total Pages : 278
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (106)

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What do three twelve-year-olds who are the disgrace of their tribe, do when they turn out to be the only three among their peers to have evaded a mass-kidnapping? In 1972, Inaya, Raksha, and Abu, members of a tribe descendent from Thuggees (dacoits and marauders), end up being the most unlikely heroes of a great misadventure. Through the course of their tale, the three friends reveal themselves to be true Thugs—daring and dauntless—who redeem themselves in the eyes of their tribe when they rise to the occasion to rescue their friends, who mysteriously vanish one night. In this Pied-Piper-style fantasy, the three friends find themselves in possession of legendary magical gifts that aid them in their battle against evil. A gripping saga about the magic of steadfast, enduring friendship in facing life’s trials and tribulations, The Legend of the Wandering Circus is the first in a series of books chronicling the exploits of the three inglorious young Thugs—Inaya, Raksha, and Abu.

#6 The Jungle Books

The Jungle Books Book Rudyard Kipling
  • Author : Rudyard Kipling
  • Publisher : Penguin UK
  • Release Date : 2013-05-30
  • Total Pages : 448
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (395)

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The story of the man-cub Mowgli who is raised by wolves in the Indian jungle, guided by his mentors Baloo the bear, Bagheera the black panther and the ancient python Kaa, and who confronts his arch-enemy Shere Khan the tiger, is one of the greatest literary myths ever created. Mowgli's adventures are juxtaposed with other animal stories set in the British Empire, ranging from the heroic battle of 'Rikki-tikki-tavi' and the Himalayan pastoral 'Purun Bhagat' to the drama of survival in 'The White Seal'. With The Jungle Books Rudyard Kipling drew on ancient beast fables, Buddhist philosophy and memories of his Anglo-Indian upbringing to create a rich, symbolic portrait of man and nature, and an eternal classic of childhood that has had a lasting impact on our imaginations. Part of a series of new editions of Kipling's works in Penguin Classics, this volume contains a General Preface by Jan Montefiore and an introduction by Kaori Nagai discussing the many imperial, Indian and literary contexts of The Jungle Books.

#7 The Jungle Boy; Or, Sexton Blake's Adventures in India (1905)

The Jungle Boy; Or, Sexton Blake's Adventures in India (1905) Book William Murray Graydon
  • Author : William Murray Graydon
  • Publisher : Wildside Press LLC
  • Release Date : 2007-10
  • Total Pages : 120
  • Genre : Juvenile Fiction
  • Review : (181)

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Sexton Blake tracks down a missing British heir in India . . . only to find a wild boy raised in the wild by panthers! A 1905 dime novel adventure.

#8 C H a R L E S Spy Extraordinaire

C H a R L E S Spy Extraordinaire Book Dryfuss W. Driftwood
  • Author : Dryfuss W. Driftwood
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Release Date : 2014-01-07
  • Total Pages : 331
  • Genre : Humor
  • Review : (180)

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CHARLES—SPY EXTRAORDINAIRE Awaiting the reader is humorous adventure; satire and surprise are rampant— Each chapter finds our spy extraordinaire overcoming bad guy spies who are endangering world peace. With headquarters in The Hague, Holland, the International Good-guy Spy Agency enlists our noble Charles and his companions. Enjoy the bizarre as Charles comes upon the unforeseen and cleverly thwarts his adversaries: In search of the Egyptian Kid’s Mummy: Charles and companions visit ancestral tombs of the Kid’s ancient grand mummies. They must find his present day mummy’s lost inheritance. The Kid’s present day mummy really needs the dough. The Piccadilly Murders: Murder—was the cry that night at London’s famous Piccadilly Circus. Charles discovers the dark and devious plans that have been consuming members of the renowned Piccadilly family. In Banana Farewell: the Island’s vast banana harvest has suddenly and mysteriously disappeared. The authorities have gone bananas searching. Charles and Schultz must act quickly before the whole world is overcome by banana based powerful laughing gas. Charles has gained much experience in international intrigue and also in just plain fooling around. . . . You, Dear Reader, are invited to accompany him; follow right alongside and enjoy. Boy! How can you even think of staying home!

#9 Transcending Boundaries

Transcending Boundaries Book Sandra L. Beckett
  • Author : Sandra L. Beckett
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2013-10-11
  • Total Pages : 266
  • Genre : Literary Criticism
  • Review : (100)

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Transcending Boundaries: Writing for a Dual Audience of Children and Adults is a collection of essays on twentieth-century authors who cross the borders between adult and children's literature and appeal to both audiences. This collection of fourteen essays by scholars from eight countries constitutes the first book devoted to the art of crosswriting the child and adult in twentieth-century international literature. Sandra Beckett explores the multifaceted nature of crossover literature and the diverse ways in which writers cross the borders to address a dual readership of children and adults. It considers classics such as Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Pinocchio, with particular emphasis on post-World War II literature. The essays in Transcending Boundaries clearly suggest that crossover literature is a major, widespread trend that appears to be sharply on the rise.