Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book is an enchanting collection of short stories set in the fascinating jungles of India. These stories all revolve around a common theme of the relationship between people and animals. One character in particular, Mowgli, stands out; the story of his upbringing by a pack of wolves has pervaded popular culture and has been adapted numerous times as films, comic books, and more.
Kipling demonstrates important morals through his stories of the jungle. The Jungle Book comprises a magnificent compilation of fable-like tales that aptly convey the value of sacrifices, love, wisdom, and friendship.