Just So Stories


Author: Rudyard Kipling

A relentlessly inventive collection of myths that betray a deep love and respect for the natural world, the Penguin Classics edition of Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories is edited with an introduction by Judith Plotz and a general preface by series editor Jan Montefiore.,,In these bewitching stories we learn ‘How the Camel got his Hump’, ‘ How the Leopard got his Spots’ and….Read More

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