The Wind in the Willows
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A charming, classic adventure story with Mole, Rat, Badger, and Mr. Toad. We recommend investing in a beautifully illustrated copy for your bookshelf. Don't even think about an abridged version.
For more than a century, The Wind in the Willows and its endearing protagonists–Mole, Mr. Toad, Badger, and Ratty–have enchanted children of all ages.
Whether the four friends are setting forth on an exciting adventure, engaging in a comic caper, or simply relaxing by the River Thames, their stories are among the most charming in all English literature. This keepsake edition of Kenneth Grahame’s beloved novel features gorgeous art throughout, making it a must-have for every child’s library.
Another beautiful book by renowned artist Robert Ingpen in the popular Sterling Illustrated Classics series. It’s worth it to invest in this beautifully illustrated, classic animal adventure. It’s also fun on audio.
About the Author & Illustrator
Kenneth Grahame began writing in 1879 as an escape from the drudgery of his job at the Bank of England. The Wind in the Willows started as a bedtime story for his son Alistair, and Grahame later continued the story in letters to his son. The book was published in 1908 and has never been out of print.
Illustrator Robert Ingpen studied illustration and book design at The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. In 1986 he received the Hans Christian Andersen Award for his contribution to children’s literature, and he was recently honored with the Membership of the Order of Australia.