Tarzan of the Apes

An infant boy is adopted by apes and raised in a life of adventure in the African jungle.

By Edgar Rice Burroughs Read by Jeff Harding Action and Adventure / Classics / Fiction English, Unabridged 9h 29m Sell Sheet Also available on
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2 MP3 CDs June 14, 2016 $29.99 $19.99 9781520008004 Add to Cart
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Part 1 of the Tarzan of the Apes series.

							This classic story encompasses the life of John Clayton, the son of English  aristocrats, who was abandoned in the jungle as an infant after the untimely  death of his parents. He is adopted by the caring ape Kala and is raised in her  tribe of gorillas lead by the intimidating Kerchak. Growing up an outsider  among his peers, Tarzan gradually earns the respect of his ape tribe through  physical feats and his hunting abilities. This sparks jealously in Kerchak,  which forces Tarzan into the fight of his life. Follow Tarzan on his wild  jungle adventures and his search for his true identity as he discovers what the  world is like outside of the jungle.