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Bambi: A Life in the Woodsby Felix Salten
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The beloved story of a deer in the forest reaches a new generation of readers with a fresh new look.
Bambi's life in the woods begins happily. There are forest animals to play with and Bambi's twin cousins, Gobo and beautiful Faline.
But winter comes, and Bambi learns that the woods hold danger — and things he doesn't understand. The first snowfall makes food hard to find. Bambi's father, a handsome stag, roams the forest, but leaves Bambi and his mother alone.
Then there is Man. He comes to the forest with weapons that can wound an animal. Bambi is scared that Man will hurt him and the ones he loves. But Man can't keep Bambi from growing into a great stag himself, and becoming the Prince of the Forest.
Repackaged with a vibrant, fresh cover for the first time in two decades, this timeless tale of a young deer's woodland life is an ideal collectible.
About the Author
Felix Salten (1869-1945) was an Austrian author and critic in Vienna. His most famous work is Bambi.
Richard Cowdrey has illustrated many books, including Bambi, The Christmas Baby, and the #1 New York Times bestselling Bad Dog, Marley! He lives in Gambier, Ohio.
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