A generous selection of Kipling's eminently quotable works, including the Nation's Favourite Poem "If-", "Mandalay" and the moving "Recessional".[...]
This edition of the poetry of Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) includes all the poems contained in the Definitive Edition of 1940. In his lifetime, Kipling was widely regarded as the unofficial Poet Laureate, and he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907. His poetry is striking for its many r[...]
A definitive compilation of verse from the author of The Jungle Book presents a selection that includes the author's ballads, narrative poems, epigrams, odes, and other poetry, from such famed works as "Mandalay" and "If" to less-familiar poems.[...]
Rudyard Kipling is the doyen of travel writers. His genius for evoking the sights, sounds and atmosphere of a place was crystallised in his fiction, in which he introduced Victorian readers to the drama and exoticism of the East. The teaming, dusty Grand Trunk Road springs to life off the pages of K[...]
Reared in the teeming streets of India at the turn of the century, the orphan Kim is the 'Friend of the all the World', a cheeky imp with an endless interest in the extraordinary characters he meets daily. One of them, an old Tibetan lama, sets him on the path that will lead him to travel the Great [...]
This collection brings together seventeen of Kipling's early stories, written between 1885 and 1888, when Kipling was working as a journalist in India. Wry comedies of British officialdom alternate with glimpses into the harsh lives of the common soldiers and the Indian poor, revealing Kipling's leg[...]
Drawn from the wondrous tales told to Kipling as a child by his Indian nurses, "Just So Stories" creates the magical enchantment of the dawn of the world, when animals could talk and think like people.
For the first time in over a decade, Don Daily's original illustrations of The Jungle Book are brought back to life with unprecedented quality, accompanied by Rudyard Kipling's timeless and enchanting stories of the jungle.
When Rudyard Kipling wrote The Jungle Book nearly 120 years ago, he used[...]
Tarinat valkoisesta hylkeestä Kotikista, pörröhäntäisestä mungosta Rikki-tikki-tavista ja Norsu-Toomaista, joka todistaa villien norsujen tanssin. Lukija Jarmo Heikkinen. 3 CD:tä.
Neljäs viidakkokirja kertoo valkoisen hylkeen Kotikin tarinan. Elämän ankaria taitoja opet[...]
A collection of classic animal tales provides creative and imaginative answers to unanswered questions, such as how the leopard got his spots and where the camel got its hump.[...]
The Jungle Book is a collection of Rudyard Kipling's animal stories, wonderfully told and interweaving moral lessons with classic tales. They include the stories of Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves in the Indian jungle, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, a brave mongoose, and Toomai of the Elephants, the story of a y[...]
The first biography of Kipling's younger years: his Indian childhood, abandonment in England, and coming of age as a writer. Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay in 1865 and spent his early years there, before being sent to England at the age of six, where he was desperately unhappy. Charles Allen's g[...]
HarperCollins is proud to present its incredible range of best-loved, essential classics. How did the leopard get its spots? Why do the tides ebb and flow? How did the elephant get its trunk? And how was the alphabet made? Rudyard Kipling's classic collection of fables answers the great questions of[...]
"Rikk-tikk-tikki-tikki-tchk " A classic story from Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, adapted and illustrated by award-winning artist Jerry Pinkney, this is the tale of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, a fearless young mongoose. Soon after a flood washes Rikki into the garden of an English family, he comes face-to[...]
No man's cub can run with the people of the Jungle,' howled Shere Khan. 'Give him to me! When Father Wolf and Mother Wolf find a man-cub in the jungle, they anger the greedy tiger Shere Khan by refusing to surrender it to his jaws, and rear the child as their own. But when little Mowgli grows up, th[...]
Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) is often regarded as the unofficial Laureate of the British Empire. Yet, his writing reveals a ferociously independent figure at times violently opposed to the dominant political and literary tendencies of his age. Arranged in chronological order, this diverse selection o[...]
Kipling's epic rendition of the imperial experience in India is also his greatest long work. Two men - Kim, a boy growing into early manhood and the lama, an old ascetic priest - are fired by a quest. Kim is white, a sahib, although born in India. While he wants to play the Great Game of Imperialism[...]