The official description reads:
Mowgli has lived in the Jungle for as long as he can remember. Raised by a noble wolf pack and mentored by a wise panther called Bagheera, Mowgli enjoys the rich, vibrant world of the animals. And while at times it is clear he doesn't quite fit in, he could never imagine leaving it.
But when a vengeful tiger makes a vow to remove the man-cub from the Jungle, Mowgli's world is turned upside down. With help from his new friend Baloo the bear, Mowgli finds himself on a journey to protect his wolf family and himself--a journey that could change things forever.
Will the man-cub be able to find his place in the Jungle?
- The title of this book is a reference for The Law for the Wolves poem in the original The Jungle Book novel by Rudyard Kipling, where is said that "For the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack."