Rudyard Kipling, the author, is one of the most acclaimed writers, of both prose & verse, of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The most beautiful thing is he spent his early childhood in India, so his writing style is greatly influenced by our languages, and it clearly reflects in his works. Apart from his poems for children, Kipling is remembered for his tales and poems about British soldiers in India. Kipling most-famous works include ‘The Jungle Book’, ‘Kim’, ‘Just So Stories’, ‘The Man who would be King’, and so on. ‘The Jungle Book’ is a collection of short stories, first published in 1894. All these stories are fables, which use animals to impart moral lessons. Ever since its publication, it’s widely available in comics form, drama, animated films and T.V. series. All the stories in the book are very interesting, full of enjoyment, thrilling somewhere especially ‘Mowgly’ is such a character liked by every one irrespective of age. Fully adventurous. Language is lucid and a must-have book for everyone.