Re: Jungle Book Story
Susan Ganther (susan@GIBBS.OIT.UNC.EDU)
Mon, 6 Jun 1994 07:50:08 -0400
On Sun, 5 Jun 1994, Byron Hynes wrote:
> We've read the first part (chapter) of _The Jungle Book_ to our pack each
> fall for the last two or three years, and we've found it to be well worth
> it, since it sets the stage for the rock circles, grand howls, investitures,
> etc. (And even jungle dances for the brave.)
> It takes us about 30 to 45 minutes to read it, so we break it into two parts.
> This year, we discovered that it makes a *perfect* bed-time story for our
> fall cub camp. Never has it been so easy to get them to sleep.
Now that we can do. The Jungle Book as a bedtime story at camp, what a great
idea. They had been asking for ghost stories, but I didn't want a lot of
scared kids in the middle of the night. Now we have something better. Thanks.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City