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The Jungle Book [adapted]

by Diane Wright Landolf

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A decent adaptation of the classic Kiplin work. Great first chapter book.
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P. Craig Russell is well on his way to being the premiere emissary of classic literary gems to the world of comics. His Arabian Nights collaboration with Neil Gaiman in The Sandman #50, comics versions of Mozart's Magic Flute, and his continuing adaptations of Oscar Wilde's fairy tales all stand as testament to his amazing graphic and narrative sensibilities. His treatment of the last three chapters of Kipling's Jungle Book ("The King's Ankus," "Red Dog," and "The Spring Running") will inspire both Kipling enthusiasts and lovers of fine illustration. Russell's composition is amazing: he has the ability to create harmony in a single page while each panel sings its melody. This collection also features enhanced colors, either reshot or reseparated, and the results are a treat.

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Adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book," focusing on stories that feature Mowgli, Baloo the bear, and Bagheera the panther.

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