Follow Tarzan, the king of the jungle, as he grows from an uncivilised ape man to a distinguished gentleman. This collection features the first three pulp fiction volumes in Edgar Rice Burroughs’ 24-book series.
When he’s just a baby, Tarzan is abandoned in the depths of the African jungle. The small orphan boy is soon discovered and rescued by a caring female ape, who raises him as her own. Tarzan thrives among the apes, using his father’s old knife to overcome the vicious beasts lurking in the wild. But despite being the king of the jungle, Tarzan feels as though he doesn’t belong in the wilderness. When a group of marooned humans come across the ape man, he finally discovers his true identity.
Join Tarzan on his journey as he conquers the jungle and then learns how to survive in upper-class western society. Will he ever find a place he can truly call home?
Featured in this collection are the first three volumes in the Tarzan series:
- – Tarzan of the Apes
- – The Return of Tarzan
- – The Beasts of Tarzan
First published in serial form between 1912 and 1914, The Tarzan Series is a fantasy story, perfect for young adults and those who want to rediscover a childhood classic.