The Wind in the Willows is a children’s story focused around four animals as they find themselves in a series of misadventures.
From British writer Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows is a children’s story focused around four animals as they find themselves in a series of misadventures. The story opens with Mole, who finds himself bored and dares to venture beyond his dusty tunnel. He quickly becomes companions with the animal called Ratty, who is not actually rat, and Mr. Badger, who is wise and brave (and who is actually a badger). The trio soon find themselves in danger when they try to save their odd but kind friend Mr. Toad from himself. Adapted into many different media, The Wind in the Willows became an icon of British children’s literature and served as an inspiration for the world-famous Winnie the Pooh series written by A. A. Milne. This version is the unabridged text as it appeared in the first edition in 1908.
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