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Bambi

Historia de una Vida del Bosque

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Un cervatillo de pocos días vive bajo la protección de su madre en un claro del bosque. Se llama Bambi.. Apenas puede percibir lo que le rodea. De la mano de su madre que no le abandona ni un instante irá descubriendo a sus congéneres lugares nuevos y los primeros juegos. También toma una conciencia vaga de los peligros que amenazan a los habitantes del bosque de la muerte y por encima de todo del terror que todos sienten ante la presencia de Él un extraño ser a quien nadie puede nombrar sin estremecerse cruel y despiadado que con su tercer brazo de hierro decide quién ha de vivir y quién ha de morir. 

Con el paso de las estaciones Bambi se convierte en un ciervo joven y decidido dispuesto a luchar contra cualquiera para defender a Falina su primera y única compañera. Progresivamente se va distanciando de todos cuantos le rodeaban incluso de la propia Falina en busca de la soledad y la autosuficiencia los puntos de referencia sobre los que quiere apoyar su vida. En ese viaje interior recibe la ayuda inestimable del viejo príncipe que le desvelará los secretos que todavía no conoce. Entre ellos el que ha condicionado su vida desde el día de su nacimiento: quién es verdaderamente Él.

From Publishers Weekly

Oct 04, 1999 – Departing from the cuddly-fawn model of the classic Disney film, Schulman (The 20th Century Children's Book Treasury) restores the depth of Bambi's character as she introduces young readers to Bambi: A Life in the Woods, Felix Salten's 1923 novel. Young Bambi explores his new world with wide, wondering eyes, soaking up the experiences that will help him grow into a strong, brave and independent stag. But in order to survive, Bambi must also heed the advice of the wise Great Prince and remember his mother's warnings about "Him," the two-legged "creature" who hunts the animals of the forest. Unfortunately, "He" soon claims the life of Bambi's mother, forcing Bambi to carry on alone. Combining innocence, realism and a profound respect for nature, Schulman's text swiftly moves to the heart of Salten's lessons, namely, the importance of thinking for oneself and of acknowledging that no living creature is all-powerful. Johnson and Fancher, previously paired on Copp lia by Margot Fonteyn, provide stirring nature scenes in oil paintings of varied size and shape, dappled with sunlight or sometimes darkened by ominous shadows. Whether they are frolicking in fields of purple wildflowers or scattering at the hint of danger, the artists' deer are beauties. All ages.
Bambi
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  • Category: Animals
  • Published: Apr 23, 2013
  • Publisher: IAdverti
  • Seller: iAdverti
  • Print Length: 360 Pages
  • Language: Spanish
  • Requirements: This book can only be viewed on an iOS device with Apple Books on iOS 12 or later, iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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