Jungle Tales of Tarzan


Read by Ralph Snelson

(4.5 stars; 273 reviews)

Jungle Tales of Tarzan is a collection of twelve loosely-connected short stories written by Edgar Rice Burroughs, comprising the sixth book in order of publication in his series about the title character Tarzan. Chronologically, the events recounted in it actually occur between chapters 12 and 13 of the first Tarzan novel, Tarzan of the Apes. (Summary from Wikipedia)

(7 hr 35 min)

Chapters

01 - Tarzan's First Love 38:06 Read by Ralph Snelson
02 - The Capture of Tarzan 32:56 Read by Ralph Snelson
03 - The Fight for the Balu 25:10 Read by Ralph Snelson
04 - The God of Tarzan 40:06 Read by Ralph Snelson
05 - Tarzan and the Black Boy 58:16 Read by Ralph Snelson
06 - The Witch-Doctor Seeks Vengeance 48:25 Read by Ralph Snelson
07 - The End of Bukawai 25:45 Read by Ralph Snelson
08 - The Lion 32:27 Read by Ralph Snelson
09 - The Nightmare 32:34 Read by Ralph Snelson
10 - The Battle for Teeka 44:43 Read by Ralph Snelson
11 - A Jungle Joke 39:19 Read by Ralph Snelson
12 - Tarzan Rescues the Moon 38:11 Read by Ralph Snelson

Reviews

some of the best Tarzan stories yet


(5 stars)

As always, Mr. Snelson’s Readings of the Tarzan novels get better and better with each succession. Thank you for this Particular superior Effort. Love the way these tales fill in and enhance the first five novels.

Fantastic


(5 stars)

Fantastic and engaging retelling of tale! Reader possesses the great ability to draw listeners into t he story with fine ability.

great, great, great


(5 stars)

the stories here are mixed, some very deep (imo), others more lighthearted, but as always Snelson's performance is top notch and perfect for Burroughs tone.

Jungle Tales of Tarzan


(5 stars)

Excellent account of young Tarzan's early thoughts, dreams, and likes. Again, Ralph Snelson's reading brings it all alive for us.


(4.5 stars)

ralph you are one of the GREAT readers on librivox..thank you so much for your time , again and again.for such great books.

Ralph Nelson is one of my favorite narrators


(5 stars)

the book is pretty good. lots of loosely tied together stories.

yes!


(5 stars)

I was so happy to b able to hear more of his jungle life!!! so osm

not too bad


(4 stars)

I've never been a fan of short stories but this wasn't too bad