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Bambi is a poor little roe deer who loses his mother and suddenly has to face obstacles, which he finds hard to overcome. In the forest, dangers hides behind every tree and Bambi has to learn fast if he wants to survive. The other males in the forest harass him and human hunters lurk behind his back. Bambi will have to grow stronger and fast. Where will his adventures lead him to? Find out in the all-time-favorite 'Bambi' by Felix Salten. B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere. Felix Salten was an Austrian author who lived in the period 1869-1945. He is best known as a novelist and writer of children’s books. His most popular work is the children’s classic 'Bambi' which was first published in 1923. The book gained Salten wide popularity and it was later adapted to films, ballets and stage productions. Felix Salten's best remembered literary legacy was so well received by the public because it was written for both children and adults alike.Show more
Bambi is the beloved story of a young deer’s childhood and coming of age in a forest with many dangers. Because deer are prey for humans, Bambi is taught from a young age about the dangers he will face and warned to always be cautious. He, and all of the other creatures in the forest, fear humans. The novel skips through bits of Bambi’s life to show him growing up, falling in love, experiencing loss and heartbreak, and learning more about humans each time he encounters them. Each encounter frightens him and solidifies his fear of the power of humans, until he makes a discovery about the harm that humans inflict on one another. As he grows up, Bambi discovers the true nature of power and compassion, and will come to understand his place in the balance of living creatures. The story is a challenging exploration of the impact of humans on the natural world and creatures, but has all of the charm of a coming of age novel. Bambi’s themes remain relevant and meaningful to readers nearly a century after its original publication.Show more
Erst war der Text, dann der Film: Nach 90 Jahren wird der Bambi-Originaltext von Felix Salten, die Grundlage des allbekannten Disney-Films, wiederentdeckt. Ein reicher Roman für alle Generationen, der unsentimental, ohne Verniedlichung und voller Bezüge auf die Grundfragen des Lebens die Geschichte von Bambi erzählt.Show more
Bambi's life in the woods begins happily. There are forest animals to play with-friend Hare, the chattery squirrel, the noisy screech owl, and Bambi's twin cousins, frail 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. He does terrible things to Gobo, to Bambi's mother, and even to Bambi. But he can't keep Bambi from growing into a handsome stag himself and becoming the Prince of the Forest.Show more