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ZOOM Rudyard Kipling's
How the Leopard Got His Spots
Sold Out (Win95/3.1) (Jewel Case) (LEOPARDPJ)
Discontinued

Publisher: Microsoft

Children

Interactive storytelling Adventures with Games

Welcome to How the Leopard Got His Spots, one of Rudyard Kipling's beloved Just So Stories. There is so much to do. Have a great time as you listen to the narrated story, find surprises hidden on the Play Pages and test your skills with four fun games. Read along with the story and uncover hidden pictures, video, and animations in the Story Book. And don't forget the picture books in P.J.'s home.

Watching the Story
Watch the narrated story unfold as Danny Glover reads to you, Ladysmith Black Mambazo makes music, and Lori Lohstoeter's beautiful pictures come to life. The story is told in 15 chapters.

Reading Along with the Story
Read along in the Story Book, and discover hidden pictures, videos, and animations.

Playing the Games
There are four fun games in How the Leopard Got His Spots:

Mancala
Enjoy an ancient African game of skill you can play with P.J. or a friend.

Music Matching
Match the pieces of music from Ladysmith Black Mambazo and uncover hidden surprises.

P.J.'s Puzzle
Play an old favorite. P.J. offers a variety of puzzles and four different levels of difficulty.

Paint the Forest
Learn about camouflage the fun way by painting the animals in the story.

Requirements:

Multimedia PC with a 486SX/33 MHz or higher microprocessor, either MS-DOS operating system version 5.0 or later with Microsoft Windows operating system version 3.1 or later, or Windows 95, 4MB or memory, 6MB of available hard-disk space, double speed CD-ROM drive, Windows compatible sound card, headphones or speakers, Super VGA display with 256 colors, Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device.



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