A Just So story by Rudyard Kipling explains how the sea got its tide.
A family of wolves adopts a human baby boy – but Shere Khan the lame tiger wants the man-child for himself.
Father wolf presents Mowgli to the wolf pack asking them to accept him. But Shere Khan the tiger demands that they must hand the man-cub over to him. Who will speak up for Mowgli?
Akela the leader of the wolves has been a protector of Mowgli, but he is growing old. Mowgli may have to fend for himself against Shere Khan the tiger.
Shere Khan, the Tiger has come to the meeting of the wolf pack. He wants to depose the leader of the pack, Akela, and kill the man-cub Mowgli. But Mowgli, who has fetched a pot of the red flower from the human village, has other ideas.
Baloo the bear is teaching Mowgli the law of the Jungle. He learns how to be safe among the various creatures – but there is one band of animals that are notorious outlaws – and Mowgli should stay clear of them.
Mowgli has been captured by the Bandar-log and is being tossed through the tree-tops. A kite and a python come to the aid of Baloo and Bagheera.
Rann the Kite brings a message from Mowgli that he has been kidnapped. Baloo, Bagheera, and Kaa the Python rush to the rescue.
An almighty fight, in which Karr the python, Baloo the bear, and Bagheera the panther attack the monkeys to rescue Mowgli. Will they succeed?
We continue the Jungle book. In this chapter, Mowgli returns to the human village. There’s a lot of talk about the jungle which he knows is not true. He also picks up a rumour that his old foe, Shere Khan the tiger is still aiming to hunt him down.