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Things We Learn from Children's Books: The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling

Things We Learn from Children's Books: The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
A hot favourite with most children, ‘The Jungle Book’ is timeless. Its irresistible characters - a lovable hero, a dancing primate, an angry tiger and a cunning snake - give you nugget after nugget of great wisdom. Here’s what you can learn from this book:

The bare necessities: In this world, you don’t need much to be happy. Good friends, good food, a roof over your head and people who care and protect you is more than enough. The rest is a bonus.

Always look someone in the eye: When you’re talking to someone, always make eye contact. This shows respect and helps you read the person’s intentions.

Forget about your worries and your strife: Life is too short to worry about what will happen tomorrow! Live as if you own the world and are absolutely trouble-free. Laugh at your worries and problems because only change is permanent!

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