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Just So Stories (sound recording)

Collection of short stories for children about animals.

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  • "Mowgli's brothers"@en
  • "Cat who walked by himself"@en
  • "How the rhinoceros got his skin"@en
  • "More of Kipling's Just so stories"@en
  • "Beginning of the armadillos"@en
  • "How the leopard got his spots"@en
  • "How the rhinoceros got his wrinkled skin"@en
  • "How the whale got his throat"@en
  • "Sing-song of Old Man Kangaroo"@en
  • "Selections from Just so stories"
  • "Just so stories (selected)"@en
  • "Elephant's child"@en
  • "How the elephant got his trunk"@en
  • "How the camel got his hump"@en

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  • "Twelve stories about animals, insects, and other subjects include "How the Whale Got His Throat," "The Elephant's Child, " "How the Alphabet Was Made, " and "The Butterfly that Stamped.""
  • "Collection of short stories for children about animals."@en
  • "Short Stories. The delightful tales of whales and cats and kangaroos and crabs - everything from how the camel got in a humph (and got his hump!) to how the alphabet was invented. Enchanting and funny, these stories are brought to life by the fantastical narration of Tony Robinson."
  • "A selection of children's stories by the author."@en
  • "Drawn from the enchanting tales told to Kipling as a child in India, Just So Stories reveals the magic of the dawn of the world, when animals could talk and think like people. Cats and dogs, kangaroos and tortoises, hedgehogs and jaguars, whales and leopards and many others are brought to life in an exotic Eastern landscape of "high and far times ago." Children will discover how the leopard got his spots, the elephant his trunk, and the camel his hump, through clever tales that subtly hint at the pitfalls of arrogance and the importance of creativity. Kipling composed these twelve stories and twelve poems to be read aloud."@en
  • "Rudyard Kipling's classic collection of short stories for children reveals the magic of the dawn of the world, when animals could talk and think like people. Filled with animals of all shapes and sizes, these enchanting tales explain how the leopard got his spots, the elephant his trunk, and the camel his hump. Following the conventions of traditional folklore and legends, Just So Stories' fanciful narratives are sure to delight both children and adults."@en
  • "A collection of stories for children."
  • "How did the leopard get his spots? How did the camel get his hump? Kipling's imagined answers to such questions draw on the beast fables he heard as a child in India, as well as on folk traditions he later collected all over the world."@en
  • "This set of 3 LP's contains tales written by Rudyard Kipling during his American period (1895-1902). It presents dramatizations of stories with music and sound effects. Voume 1 contains 'How the Whale Got His Throat, ' 'How the Camel Got His Hump, ' 'How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin, ' 'How the Leopard Got His Spots', 'The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo, ' and 'The Beginning of the Armadillos.' Volume 3 contains 'The Cat That Walked By Himself' and 'The Butterfly That Stamped.' All volumes in the set may be purchased separately. All tales are available in tape cassettes by their individual titles as readings, rather than as dramtizations. FKC, 12-75."
  • "Twelve stories about animals, insects, and other subjects include "How the Alphabet Was Made," "How the Camel Got His Hump," and "The Elephant's Child.""@en
  • "Rudyard Kipling's collection of animal tales, which are among the best-loved children's literature of the century."
  • "Here are the delightful stories which Kipling first told his own children before setting them down on paper. How the camel got his hump, how the leopard got his spots, how the elephant got his trunk, the butterfly that stamped and many others. They remain popular, entertaining every generation, partly because of the story and partly because of the vivid way they are written."@en
  • "Here are the delightful stories which Kipling first told his own children before setting them down on paper. How the camel got his hump, how the leopard got his spots, how the elephant got his trunk, the butterfly that stamped and many others. They remain popular, entertaining every generation, partly because of the story and partly because of the vivid way they are written."
  • "A collection of stories about Kipling's delightful jungle animals."
  • "A collection of stories, drawn from the tales Kipling's Indian nurses told to him, in which Kipling creates the enchantment of the dawn of the world, when animals could talk and think like people. The laziness of the Camel, the curiosity of the Elephant Child, the cleverness of the hedgehog, the confusions of the Painted Jaguar and all the rest of Kipling's delightful menagerie come alive."
  • "A collection of stories, drawn from the tales Kipling's Indian nurses told to him, in which Kipling creates the enchantment of the dawn of the world, when animals could talk and think like people. The laziness of the Camel, the curiosity of the Elephant Child, the cleverness of the hedgehog, the confusions of the Painted Jaguar and all the rest of Kipling's delightful menagerie come alive."@en
  • "A collection of stories about animals, explaining such mysteries as why camels, leopards, elephants, and armadillos look the way they do."@en
  • "Kipling's vigorous, amusing tales offer imaginative answers to unanswered questions about animals and provide little pearls of wisdom."@en
  • "A collection of stories about Kipling's delightful jungle animals, from his Just So Stories and from his Jungle Book."@en
  • "Presents readings of several of Rudyard Kipling's stories."
  • "12 delightful and enchanting animal tales based on oral traditions of India and Africa, which give explanations about how different animals developed their forms."
  • "A collection of stories which tells how certain things came to be."@en
  • "Kipling's imagined answers to such questions draw on the beast fables he heard as a child in India, as well as on folk traditions he later collected all over the world. Included in this selection are: How the Whale got his Throat?, How the Camel got his Hump?, How the Rhinoceros got his Skin?, How the Leopard got his Spots?, The Sing-Sing of Old Kangaroo? and The Elephant's Child?."
  • "Twelve stories about animals, insects, and other subjects."
  • "Twelve stories about animals, insects, and other subjects."@en
  • "A collection of Kipling's well-known animal stories."@en
  • "Adaptation for radio of Rudyard Kipling's classic stories, including: How the leopard got his spots --How the camel got his hump -- How the rhinoceros got his skin -- The elephant's child -- The cat that walked by himself -- The butterfly that stamped."@en
  • "How did the leopard get his spots? How did the camel get his hump? How did an inquisitive little elephant change the lives of elephants everywhere? Kipling's imagined answers to such questions draw on the beast fables he heard as a child in India, as well as on fold traditions he later collected all over the world."@en
  • "Selections from Rudyard Kipling's Just so Stories including The elephant's child, The sing - song of old man kangaroo, The beginning of armadillos, and how the leopard got his spots."@en
  • "5 yrs+"
  • "7 yrs+"
  • "Drawing from the oral storytelling traditions of India and Africa, Noble prizewinner Rudyard Kipling's vigorous, amusing tales offer imaginative answers to unanswered questions about animals and provide little pearls of wisdom. These classic tales, filled with playfully clever animals and people have entertained young and old alike for over a hundred years."@en
  • "A collection of classic animal tales provides imaginative solutions to such mysteries as how the leopard got his spots and where the camel got its hump."@en
  • "A collection of classic animal tales provides imaginative solutions to such mysteries as how the leopard got his spots and where the camel got its hump."
  • "Contains a collection of stories about animals designed to be read aloud to children and adults."
  • "Contains a collection of stories about animals designed to be read aloud to children and adults."@en
  • "Fictional and deliberately fanciful tales for children, in which the stories pretend to explain animal characteristics, such as the origin of the spots on the leopard."@en

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  • "Animal stories"
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  • "Downloadable audio books"@en
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Children's stories"
  • "Children's stories"@en
  • "Films"
  • "Films"@en
  • "Audiobooks"
  • "Audiobooks"@en
  • "Short stories"@en
  • "Folklore"
  • "Folklore"@en
  • "Books on CD"@en
  • "Children's audiobooks"@en
  • "Children's audiobooks"

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  • "Just So Stories (sound recording)"@en
  • "Just so stories [sound recording (CD)]"
  • "Just So Stories"@en
  • "Just so stories [sound recording]"
  • "Just so stories [unabridged]"@en
  • "The just so stories"@en
  • "Just so stories dramatizations"
  • "Just so stories How the leopard got his spots [and] The sing-song of old man kangaroo"
  • "Just so stories [vol. 1]"@en
  • "Just so stories The beginning of the armadillos [and] How the rhinoceros got his skin"
  • "Just so stories"@en
  • "Just so stories"
  • "Just so stories How the whale got his throat [and] How the camel got his hump"

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