The Wind in the Willows
Affectionate, charming portrait of the English countryside chronicles the adventures of its whimsical inhabitants, including shy but curious Mole, personable Rat, pleasure-seeking Toad of Toad Hall, and Badger, the reclusive philosopher. A favorite for reading to young kids.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ctpress - LibraryThing
Five reasons why I love Wind in the Willows 1. Playfulness: It’s pure delight when Mole decides to drop his spring cleaning and begin to enjoy a day of rest and play and leisure in the company of his ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mfbarry - LibraryThing
This was the "G" entry in my A-Z challenge based on the unread books I had at my house. I had never read this book as a child - which is too bad because it has such a good message to young people ... Read full review