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The Jungle Book: Part 2 – Kaa’s Hunting

The Jungle Book: Part 2, Kaa’s Hunting

(Part 1 is here, in case you missed it.)

In the second of three installments of The Jungle Book, Mowgli spends some time with the Bandar-Log – the Monkey people.

You can listen to it HERE, or you can subscribe to my podcasts, and never miss one.

It’s just a hair over an hour (1:00:35) and is about 42MB.

Oh, and you should listen to the road song of the Bandar-Log again. Makes more sense once you know the whole story.

I’ve been a fan of Kipling, and of the Jungle Book, for as long as I can remember. It was an integral part of life at Turi, since the school had a close relationship with Lord Baden-Powell, who was also a big fan.


A Cat and a Cock

One of the gifts I got for Christmas was a collection of Aesop’s fables. I’m very fond of the Everyman’s books. I love the bindings, and I love their selections of books. I’d love to have the entire Everyman’s library some day.

Anyways, the plan is to record all of Aesop’s Fables, and here’s the first one. I’m considering maybe moving my podcasts to a separate website, since I’m hoping to do a lot of them this year. But, for now, I’ll put it here.

A Cat and a Cock, and A Wolf and a Lamb, two fables by Aesop.