Jungle Book, a Mowgli and Tomcil Story | children’s books, storytelling & stories for kids

“Mowgli, Sher Khan is in a terrible temper. He is going around telling everyone that he wants to arrest you.” Mowgli said, “Don’t worry Bhaloo and Tomcil, I can protect myself.”

Continuing his curiosity to explore Asia continent, this time, Tomcil got lost in the thick of a jungle in India and met many four-legged creatures like himself. But then seeing a little boy, the two-legged creature, like his mommy and Papi-, took him by surprise. He is playing with wolf cubs. Mother wolf is there. She says to the little boy, “Mowgli, be careful, you could hurt yourself.”
jungle-book-mowgli-tomcil-storytelling-for-children-1Mowgli, as an infant had been found by the wolf in the jungle; she had brought him up just as she had brought up her own cubs. Mowgli, still a boy played with all the animals in the jungle. He had many friends; Bhaloo, the bear. Bhagera, the panther, his many monkey friends, and now Tomcil. But Sher Khan, the tiger was no friend. Mowgli had always been warned to stay away from Sher Khan’s territory. Especially Tomcil who never stop meowing tried to warn Mowgli, Tomcil knew Sher Khan did not like Mowgli and waited for a chance to harm the boy.

One day, while Mowgli was playing, Bhaloo & Tomcil came running to Mowgli and said, “Mowgli, Sher Khan is in a terrible temper. He is going around telling everyone that he wants to kill you.” Mowgli said, “Don’t worry Bhaloo and Tomcil, I can protect myself.”

Mowgli had a plan. It was to counter attack. He wanted to let loose the wild bulls of the forest on Sher Khan. To do this he had to corner Sher Khan. He knew where Sher Khan spent most of his time; it was on a slope in the mountains, far from Mowgli’s cave. He did not want Sher Khan to spot him because that would be the end of him. Mowgli thought, “I should go around the mountain and to the top without Sher Khan seeing me. From the top the bulls can charge at Sher Khan.”jungle-book-mowgli-tomcil-storytelling-for-children-2

That evening, Mowgli asked Tomcil to help him gathered eight wild bulls with the longest and sharpest horns. He said, “Today, we will put an end to the reign of terror by Sher Khan. This is my plan.” Mowgli explained to Tomcil and the bulls how he wanted to attack Sher Khan.
Per plan, they circled the mountain, unnoticed by the slumbering tiger. Once they reached the top, they could see in a clearing a little below rested Sher Khan. Mowgli said, “Once Tomcil & I give you the signal, charge together. Any false move and we could be endangering out lives.” Mowgli lifted up his right hand, follow with Tomcil lifted up his left paw and brought it down and he shouted, “CHARGE.” On the same time Tomcil shouted “MEOW.”

jungle-book-mowgli-tomcil-storytelling-for-children-3Bulls ran down the slope, kicking up huge amounts of dust. Sher Khan looked up hearing this thunderous noise. He saw the bulls hurtling towards him; he tried to turn and run but before he knew it the bulls were on top of him. The bulls pierced Sher Khan with their horns and flung him with the momentum of their run. Sher Khan was hurled and flung to his death.

Mowgli, Tomcil and the bulls proudly went to announce to the jungle folks of Sher Khan’s end.

Tomcil was a little sad that he had to leave his friends in the jungle behind but he had to continue wandering to spread his kindness, although this time the trip was wearing him off and he decided to go home first to take a rest and purr his story to his papi.

jungle book mowgli tomcil storytelling for children main

The Jungle Book, Mowgli and Tomcil Story | Storytelling for Children www.tomcil.com

Jungle Book, a Mowgli and Tomcil Story | children’s books, storytelling & stories for kids

Jungle Book, a Mowgli and Tomcil Story | children’s books, storytelling & stories for kids

children’s books, storytelling & stories for kids

 

Share this :

1 COMMENT

Leave a Reply