Jungle Tales of Tarzan

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Outrageous tales of jungle hero Tarzan

Jungle Tales of Tarzan is a book with twelve separate Tarzan stories and represents the sixth book in the Tarzan series written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan is a famous fictional character who was raised by apes in the African jungle, rejected civilization when he had the chance, and returned to the jungle as an adventurer. Jungle Tales of Tarzan covers all kinds of jungle stories, like his attempts to become more than friends with his jungle friend Teeka, his capture at the hands of cannibals to close to his stomping ground for comfort, his discovery of god in the books of his deceased parents, his capture by a witch doctor with dangerous pet hyenas, and his ill-advised meal of bad elephant meat that brings on some very strange dreams indeed. Jungle Tales of Tarzan in it's original book form is a classic for children but also for adults, and is recommended for anyone who likes Tarzan in literature, comics, and cartoons.