Series - Wildlife

Aesop’s Fables are a collection of ancient moral tales attributed to Aesop, a storyteller believed to have lived in ancient Greece around the 6th century BCE.
These fables have endured through the centuries and remain popular as a source of wisdom and moral lessons.
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“The Wind in the Willows” is a classic children’s novel written by British author Kenneth Grahame. The book was first published in 1908 and has since become one of the most beloved works of children’s literature.
The Wind in the Willows received negative reviews upon its initial release, but it has since become a classic of British literature. It was listed at No. 16 in the BBC’s survey The Big Read and has been adapted multiple times in different media.
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“The Swiss Family Robinson” is a classic adventure novel written by Swiss author Johann David Wyss. It was first published in 1812 and has since become a beloved children’s and young adult’s book, as well as a timeless piece of literature.
The story revolves around the Robinson family, who are shipwrecked on a deserted tropical island during a storm. The family consists of William Robinson, his wife Elizabeth, and their four sons: Fritz, Ernest, Jack, and Franz. The novel is narrated by … Read More

“The Origin of Species” is a revolutionary book written by Charles Darwin and published on November 24, 1859. Its full title is “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.” This groundbreaking work is considered one of the most influential scientific books ever written and has had a profound impact on our understanding of biology and the theory of evolution.
The main idea presented in the book is Darwin’s theo… Read More

“Tarzan of the Apes” is a novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It was first published in 1912 and is the first book in the series known as the “Tarzan” series. The story follows the adventures of Tarzan, a man who was raised by apes in the African jungle.
The novel begins with the shipwreck of the English couple John and Alice Clayton on the west coast of Africa. They manage to survive and build a treehouse, but are eventually killed by the savage apes. However, their infant son, John … Read More

“Winnie-the-Pooh” is a collection of stories written by A. A. Milne. It was first published in 1926 and has since become a beloved children’s classic. The book follows the adventures of a teddy bear named Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood.
The main characters in the book include Winnie-the-Pooh, a kind-hearted and sometimes naive bear who has an insatiable appetite for honey; Piglet, a small and timid pig who is always ready to help his friends; Eeyore, a gloomy and … Read More

“The Jungle Book” is a collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling, first published in 1894. The book features a young boy named Mowgli, who is raised by a pack of wolves in the jungles of India.
The book includes several short stories, each with its own plot and characters, but all set in the same jungle environment. In addition to Mowgli and the wolves, the stories feature a variety of other animals, including Bagheera the black panther, Baloo the bear, and Shere Khan the tiger.
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“The Lost World” is a novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, first published in 1912. It tells the story of an expedition led by Professor Challenger, a controversial and eccentric scientist, to a remote plateau in South America where prehistoric creatures still exist.
The novel follows the adventures of Challenger and his team, including journalist Edward Malone and hunter Lord John Roxton, as they explore the plateau and encounter a variety of dangerous creatures, including dinosaurs and ape-men… Read More

“White Fang” is a novel by Jack London, first published in 1906. The story takes place in Yukon Territory, Canada during the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush, and follows the journey of a wild wolf-dog hybrid named White Fang.
The novel is divided into two parts. The first part depicts White Fang’s early life in the wild, where he learns to survive and thrive in a brutal environment. He is eventually captured and sold to become a sled dog in the Klondike, where he learns to work with humans but al… Read More

“The Story of Doctor Dolittle” is the first book in the Doctor Dolittle series, written by Hugh Lofting. It was originally published in 1920 and has since become a classic children’s book.
The story follows the adventures of Doctor John Dolittle, a physician who lives in the small town of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh. One day, he discovers that he has the ability to talk to animals, and he decides to become a veterinarian.
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“The Call of the Wild” is a novel written by Jack London and published in 1903. The story follows the life of a dog named Buck, who is kidnapped from his comfortable home in California and sold into the brutal life of an Alaskan sled dog during the Klondike Gold Rush.
The novel is known for its vivid portrayal of the wilderness and its exploration of the themes of survival, adaptation, and the struggle between civilization and the natural world.
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