Renni the Rescuer

Renni the Rescuer From the author of Bambi this story of a boy his dog and their bravery reaches a new generation of readers with a fresh look George has always wanted a dog so when he picks up small Renni the run

From the author of Bambi, this story of a boy, his dog, and their bravery reaches a new generation of readers with a fresh look.George has always wanted a dog, so when he picks up small Renni, the runt of a litter of German Shepherd puppies, he immediately falls in love.As Renni grows, George begins to teach him, and soon Renni is able to do remarkable things When a trainFrom the author of Bambi, this story of a boy, his dog, and their bravery reaches a new generation of readers with a fresh look.George has always wanted a dog, so when he picks up small Renni, the runt of a litter of German Shepherd puppies, he immediately falls in love.As Renni grows, George begins to teach him, and soon Renni is able to do remarkable things When a trainer suggests Renni become a rescue dog, George knows it s a perfect fit for his pet Soon Renni is able to find anyone in any situation.Then the war that has been looming finally begins, and Renni and George enlist They are able to help many soldiers during training camp but when they are tested in the actual battlefield, can the two friends hold their ground Or are they unprepared for the trials ahead

  • Ã Renni the Rescuer Å Felix Salten Kenneth C. Kaufman
    256 Felix Salten Kenneth C. Kaufman
Renni the Rescuer

  1. There is than one author with this Name.Felix Salten was an Austrian writer He was born Siegmund Salzmann in Budapest, Hungary When he was three weeks old, his family moved to Vienna, Austria Many Jews were immigrating into the city in the late 19th century because Vienna had finally granted full citizenship to Jews in 1867.When his father went bankrupt, Felix had to quit school and begin working in an insurance agency He also began submitting poems and book reviews to journals He became part of the Young Vienna movement Jung Wien and soon received work as a full time art and theater critic in the Vienna press In 1901 he founded Vienna s first, short lived literary cabaret In 1900 he published his first collection of short stories He was soon publishing, on an average, one book a year, of plays, short stories, novels, travel books, and essay collections He also wrote for nearly all the major newspapers of Vienna He wrote film scripts and librettos for operettas In 1927 he became president of the Austrian P.E.N club.His most famous work is Bambi, which he wrote in 1923 It was translated into English in 1928 and became a Book of the Month Club hit In 1933, he sold the film rights to Sidney Franklin for 1,000, who later transferred the rights to the Walt Disney studios Disney released its movie based on Bambi in 1942.Life in Austria became perilous for a prominent Jew in the 1930s Adolf Hitler had Salten s books banned in 1936 Two years later 1938 , after Austria had become part of Germany, Salten moved to Zurich, Switzerland, where he lived until his death.He was married to the actress Ottilie Metzl, and had two children Paul and Anna Katherina He wrote another book based on the character Bambi, titled Bambi s Children The Story of a Forest Family, 1939 His stories Perri and The Hound of Florence inspired the Disney films Perri and The Shaggy Dog.Salten is considered to be the author of the erotic novel Josephine Mutzenbacher, the fictional autobiography of a Vienna prostitute, which was published in 1906.

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  1. Personal Response I really enjoyed the bookRenni the Rescuer Some parts of the book that I enjoyed when George was doing his serves in the war when a pigeon lands on Renni s head and lays there for the rest of the book I did not like all the filler events that happened leading up to the war I also think the author added way too many characters to the story that did not need to be there For example there was this russian family that was introduced in the middle of the book but fled the country wh [...]


  2. A very touching story that is all the heartbreaking with its simplicity.This is the book that taught me that the book Bambi by Felix Salten came before the Disney movie PIf the character development were a bit detailed, then I d give this 5 stars As it is, Renni the Rescuer and his kind hearted medic in WW1 both earn a 4.7 star rating.


  3. I thought that Renni the rescuer was heart warming and so touching I was so into the book and couldn t stop reading it All I wanted to do is sit there all day and read this book Anyone who likes dogs and drama please I recommend this book This book will get you into a vortex of reading.



  4. Excellent book for tween or teen I read when I was young and reread to see if it was good as I remembered it was Glad to see someone revived it as it was out of print for years.


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