The Jungle Book : (Rudyard Kipling Classics Collection)
Then he pressed his face close to the window and watched the fire on the hearth. He saw the husbandman's wife get up and feed it in the night with black lumps. And when the morning came and the mists were all white and cold, he saw the man's child pick up a wicker pot plastered inside with earth, fill it with lumps of red-hot charcoal, put it under his blanket, and go out to tend the cows in the byre. "Is that all?" said Mowgli. "If a cub can do it, there is nothing to fear." So he strode round the corner and met the boy, took the pot from his hand, and disappeared into the mist while the boy howled with fear.
- Paperback | 118 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.86mm | 231.33g
- 06 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white