The Jungle Book is a classic novel written by British author Rudyard Kipling. The story is set in the jungles of India and follows the adventures of a young boy named Mowgli, who is raised by wolves.
The novel explores themes such as identity, belonging, and the struggle between civilization and nature. Mowgli’s conflict between his desire to live among humans and his loyalty to the jungle animals who raised him reflects the struggle between man and nature.
This classic has been adapted into numerous movies, TV shows, and stage productions. The most famous adaptation is Disney’s animated film, released in 1967.