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DetailsIn the ocean, a whale ate all the fish except a tiny one, which was very clever. For fear of being eaten, this tiny fish advised the whale to eat humans. Hungry, the whale went in search of a man and swallowed a shipwrecked sailor. But he began to dance, to jump, to leap into the belly of the whale. When the whale could not stand it any longer, she asked him to get out. The sailor accepted provided that the whale brings him home.The whale, in turn accepted, without suspecting that agreement would forever change the lives of whales. Rudyard Kipling s Just So stories about animals and their antics have delighted readers for years. Now, Ladybird brings these stories alive for very young children. Meet the lazy camel, grouchy rhinoceros, hungry leopard, curious elephant and many other eccentric animals in these enchanting stories. Narrated simply and accompanied by rich and detailed illustrations that children love, these retellings will introduce a new generation to the magic and whimsy of Kipling s genius.
SKU Code IBD B 293 Weight in Kg 0.1410 Brand Bookwomb Dispatch Period in Days 3 ISBN No. 9781409301868 Author Name Rudyard Kipling (Retold by Heather Adams) Publisher Name PENGUIN INDIA