March 31 - April 2
“You will not be a cub for long, Mowgli. Soon you will be grown, and you will need to obey the Law of the Jungle to keep you safe.”
Deep in the jungles of India, an infant “man cub” is adopted by a pack of wolves and raised as their own. The wolves name the child Mowgli, who grows under the watchful eyes of Bagheera the panther and Baloo the sloth bear, who must train the cub in the Laws of the Jungle. But not even their strict guidance can protect Mowgli from riotous monkeys, the vicious man-eating tiger Shere Khan, and the most fearsome animal of all - man. This much-beloved classic by Rudyard Kipling shows us the importance of family, respect for nature, and what it means to be human.
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