Author(s): Kenneth Grahame
‘Travel, change, interest, excitement!’
One day Mole pokes his nose out of his burrow and discovers that the world is an exciting place. He meets brave Ratty, kind old Badger and the rascally Mr Toad, and together they go adventuring . . .
The Wind in the Willows is a classic animal adventure that charms and enthrals. This edition contains the original full-colour illustrations by E H Shepard, a partnership that has never been bettered.
Kenneth Grahame, 1859-1931, English author. He was a secretary in the Bank of England from 1908 until 1918. His works, noted for their humour and charm, include The Golden Age (1895) and Dream Days (1898), scenes of his childhood in England, and the children's classic The Wind in the Willows (1908). Grahame also compiled the Cambridge Book of Poetry for Young People (1916).