Rudyard Kipling won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907. This edition of Six Just So Stories includes the first six stories from his book.
In addition to the unabridged stories there is a lot of original art from earlier editions amended with talk bubbles, vocabulary with Sniffy the Hamster, geography for the real places referred to in the stories, trivia and discussion questions and “How Rudyard Got His Words,” a short biographical piece about Kipling.
And if that wasn’t enough, there are blank talk bubbles on the art at the end of the book for students to get creative on their own .
The Literature Disguised as Fun series introduces your students to great literature and gives them some fun along the way.
This is Literature Disguised as Fun.