Publisher: Ladybird Books
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Picture Books
, Animal Fiction
Series: Bambi (#1)
This is my first time reading this book. The Bambi I grew up with was the Disney version. The book isn't bad at all; it is very well-written and has beautiful illustrations. However, I'm not really sure how I feel about this book. It seems to me that it is very much about growing up and seeing the w...
I never thought that a book about a deer in the woods could be such a page-turner.One of my friends described the book as beautiful. Another told me it was "quite good." And I first came across it referenced in a YA book when I was in middle school, in which the narrator claimed it was much better t...
I am torn. The mystery was meh, but you don't really read Dorothy L. Sayers for the mysteries. You read because Peter and Harriet are the greatest: they are both crazy smart, constantly tossing out obscure literary references like it's NBD, and committed to JUSTICE. They are one of my most favorite ...
Bambi #1 Second time reading and I loved it! This is the original book that the Disney movie is based on (I will be writing a review on the movie too). I like the movie in its own right, but Salten's work is more fulfilling. The novel is much more complex, especially regarding the issue of man...
Having seen the movie version first, this novel was quite a surprise. It is quite a bit more violent that the film and has a highly introspective, bordering on spiritual (at the end, anyway) feel to it and how it tells Bambi's story. It's certainly an interesting read.