By Felix Salten
Meet the recent fawns within the woodland: the descendants of Bambi realize the woods during this refreshed version of the sequel to Bambi, whole with new illustrations.
Twin fawns Geno and Gurri are the youngsters of Faline and Bambi. The pair needs to develop up and navigate the area of the woods with the aid of their mom and Bambi, the hot Prince of the Forest.
But for younger fawns, the wild may be risky. Gurri is injured by way of a fox and has a run-in with the main risky of creatures: guy. Geno is challenged via rival deer and concerns in regards to the forthcoming struggle. but if the relatives starts to disintegrate, it's the general presence of Bambi who attempts to set it correct again.
This appealing repackage of the sequel to the cherished vintage Bambi, tells the tale of a woodland relations and the struggles of growing to be up. entire with fresh illustrations from artist Richard Cowdrey.
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