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This playful tale, in which a Parsee man seeks revenge on the nasty piggish rhino, is among the best known of Rudyard Kipling's Just So stories. Jack Nicholson narrates the story. It comes packaged with a second Just So story, also narrated by Jack Nicholson: How the Camel Got His Hump. Both audiobooks are accompanied by whimsical music performed by Bobby McFerrin. Ages five and up will enjoy listening to both stories, which are part of the award-winning Rabbit Ears series, Storybook Classics. Jack Nicholson's narration is pitch perfect and Bobby McFerrin's score is playful as only he can be!

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Same recording with a different title

This is the same recording as How the camel got his hump form rabbit ears. I bought both of them and they are exactly the same.
That being said, it is a great recording with wonderful music and narration that you and your children will enjoy.
Just by the one copy.

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Nicholson reads Kipling

Very short. Strange music. Great pleasure to hear Mr. Nicholson. I wish he'd do more.

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Too slowly read

Read so slowly - hard to keep track of the story. you would think Jack Nicolson would be great, but my kids had a hard time waiting every 3 sentences for 20 seconds of music.