Bambi Illustrated by Mary Greene Blumenschein

  • Title: Bambi
  • Author: Marjorie Benton Cooke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Illustrated by Mary Greene Blumenschein

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      Published :2019-07-12T08:36:17+00:00

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    1. Not the Bambi story of the Deer - I just started downloading the free classics, because they were, well, free. By looking at the title, I thought it was about the Disney Animation "Bambi" since most Disney movies based on old stories. However, once I started reading, I was confused at first, then pleasantly surprised by this book. The story is light hearted and fun reading. I chuckled from time to time. Despite that some people express disappointment to have been by this book not being about dee [...]

    2. Originally I picked up this ebook thinking it was the one that Disney's Bambi was based on. It's not.What it is though is a fun read for someone like me. Bambi, Bambina, Francesca, Miss Mite, whatever you'd like to call her, marries Jarvis on a whim, because he needs taking care of and that what Bambi's done all her life for her mathematician father.Jarvis is a playwright who's never sold a play, and Bambi is seeking a career for herself to take care of her charges. What ensues is a wonderful ta [...]

    3. Got this book because it was free on the kindle and I was in the process of downloading about a hundred free classics. Yes, I made the mistake of thinking it was the story by Felix Salten that was made into a Disney movie, like most people who downloaded it without reading the details. After getting over the initial confusion, I've found I rather enjoy the story of Bambina and her adventures in the literary world.

    4. This Bambi doesn't once talk about cute little spotted fawns or big bucks or mama does. It is a story about an impetuous young lady that marries a fanatic and slowly bends his personality into someone you can love. It has twists and turns that are humorous and interesting, however amoral. She always comes out on top, even at the end when you wonder if she should. It is a great commentary on human nature and the desires we have for success.whatever that is!

    5. If you're not into rom-coms, don't look here. If you're not into early twentieth century womens' media, again you're probably better off looking elsewhere. But, if you like both those things, you will love this!Sweet, funny, frustrating in places (at least to modern eyes!) but always highly readable. Plus the ebook is free on , what more could you ask for?

    6. I absolutely LOVED this story. I haven't enjoyed one quite as much in quite a long time. I too made the mistake of purchasing this from the Kindle store under the belief that I would be reading about Bambi the deer, but I am much more pleased by the story I got instead.

    7. I got this book free on my Kindle thinking it was a story about a deer and what I got was so much better.

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