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The Jungle Book is a classic story about a boy named Mowgli who was raised in the jungle by animals. This is a classic tale that was written by Rudyard Kipling and has already been adapted into various forms; most notably the classic Disney animated version as well as the recently released live action film from Disney as well.
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In this free audiobook edition of the classic tale we follow the adventures of a boy named Mowgli who was raised by wolves in the forest of India. We see his adventures alongside his friends Baloo, a bear and Bagheera a black panther. We see his struggles as he tries to reintegrate himself into human society and his battles against the mighty tiger Shere Khan.
Media and Theater Special Issue: The Lion and the Unicorn 20.1 (June 1996): Children's Films. Ed. Ian Wojcik-Andrews. Barbanel, Josh. "Secrets of the Universe at the Touch of a Key." NYT Education Life 31 Mar. 1996: 19. Describes a CD-ROM, Alien Tales, which is a "campy parody" of a game show that uses 450 reading selections from children's literature; a Where's Waldo CD-ROM; and a Magic School Bus CD-ROM. G.A. Berger, Pam, and Susan Kinnell. CD-ROM for Schools: A Directory and Practical Handbook for Media Specialists. Wilton, CT: Eight Bit, 1994. 272 pp. ISBN 0-910965-13-7. $29.95. Review Sara Miller, JOYS 8.4 (Summer 1995): 404-5. An introduction to what CD-ROMs are and how to select them. Reviews 100 top tides in depth and suggests 201 more with brief descriptions, grade level. G.A. Brown, Maggie. "The Square Window." Guardian 2, 5 June 1996: 6-7. Traces the successes of British children's TV, which has won international acclaim, but points out the existence of an anti-TV lobby. S.G.R. Collins, Mark, and Margaret Mary Kimmel, eds. Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Children, Television, and Fred Rogers. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 1996. 249 pp. ISBN 0-8229-3921-5. $27.95. Review Barbara Barstow, JOYS 10.1 (Fall 1996): 98-99. 14 essays by various hands from various professions analyzing Mr. Rogers and the work he does. TV violence noted. G.A. Cook, Williams. "Time for Bed Again." New Statesman & Society 8 Mar. 1996: 37. Discusses the golden age of British animation, which was heralded by the arrival of Camberwick Green and the Magic Roundabout on TV. S.G.R. Cox, Roger. "Audiotaped Versions of Children's Stories." Children's Literature in Education 27.1 (Mar. 1996): 23-33. Discussion of the actor/storyteller's intervention between the child and the book. Overall takes a positive attitude toward the use of tapes. List of recommended tapes. M.A.T. Dennis, Everette E. Children and the Media. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 1996. 230 pp. ISBN 1-56000-872-5. $21.95/14.95 sc. Contributors from the world of children's media and politics (Paul Simon, Patricia Schroeder) discuss educational programming, network news, and children as reporters. G.A. Grevatt, Wallace. "King of the BBC's Fairy Castle." Guardian 4 May 1996: 28. Obituary for David Davis (1908-96), who joined the BBC "Children's Hour" program in the 1930s and became its head in 1952. S.G.R. Hanna, Bill, with Tom Ito. A Cast of Friends. New York: Taylor, 1996. $22.95. Brief note Leslie Chess Feller, NYTBR 9 June 1996: 23. Hanna, half of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons and still actively cartooning at 85, pays tribute to family and colleagues. G.A. Hayden, Ruth. "A Book in the Hand Is Worth Two on a Disk." School Libraries Worldwide 2.1 (Jan. 1996): 53-58. Library staff need to ask how technology changes the reading culture and whose interests are being served. G.A. Kidd, Kenneth. "Men Who Run with Wolves, and the Women Who Love Them: Child Study and Compulsory Heterosexuality in Feral Child Films." The Lion and the Unicorn 20.1 (June 1996): 90-112. Kidd examines the "representational politics" of feral child studies and recent wild child films, including Teen Wolf (1985), Hook (1991), and Disney's 1994 The Jungle Book. Such works "appropriate feral iconography but suppress alternate visions of gender and sexuality." G.A. MacRae-Gibson, Catriona, and David Wood. "A Seasonal Look at Pantomime." Carousel 4 (Winter 1996): 26-27. Pantomime has survived because it regularly and successfully updates itself. Writer suggests pantomimes don't always give sufficient importance to the telling of the story. S.G.R. McNichols, Michele. "Multiculturalism and Theater for African American Youth in the '90's." Journal of African Children's & Youth Literature 5 (1993/94): 31-40. Theories of revolutionary Black theater artists of the 1960s and of African-American aesthetics is followed by an account of African-American youth theater in the 1990s: emphasis on the collaborative, improvisational, and participatory. G.A. Mifflin, Lawrie. "Pied Piper of Cable Beguiles Saturday's...
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