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"Jungle Tales of Tarzan" (1919) is a collection of twelve loosely connected teenage-Tarzan short stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Tarzan's First Love:
Tarzan's courtship of the female ape Teeka.

The Capture of Tarzan:
Warriors of a cannibal village take Tarzan captive.

The Fight for the Balu:
Teeka and Taug have a baby (balu, in the ape language).

The God of Tarzan:
Tarzan discovers the concept of "God" in the books preserved in the cabin of his dead parents.

Tarzan and the Black Boy:
Jealous of Taug and Teeka's relationship with their baby, Tarzan kidnaps Tibo.

The Witch-Doctor Seeks Vengeance:
Bukawai attempts to claim credit for Tibo's return.

The End of Bukawai:
A modified Daniel in the lion's den.

The Lion:
Tarzan, the self-imposed teacher learns a lesson the hard way.

The Nightmare:
Tarzan eats stolen, rotten food...

The Battle for Teeka:
She rescues her rescuers.

A Jungle Joke:
Tarzan expresses his dislike to a tribe.

Tarzan Rescues the Moon:
A lunar eclipse defeated by arrows.

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950) was an American writer best known for his creations of the jungle hero Tarzan and the heroic Mars adventurer John Carter, although he produced works in many genres.
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Great story... Terrible narrator. Seriously? Who selects these people for this job? One of the worst ever.