Wind in the Willows by Glyn Maxwell, Kenneth Grahame

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Wind in the Willows

Oh it’s not a day for cleaning!
Perhaps it’s a day for nothing I expected…
So says little Moley as she ventures out into the Wide World for the first time, a realm of sunshine and darkness, comfort and threat. There she will meet the friendly Ratty, secretly dreaming of lives he could have led, the mystical Badger from the deep heart of the Wild Wood, and of course the splendid and preposterous Toad of Toad Hall, who lives life to the full and leaves chaos in his wake. Meanwhile, somewhere in the shadows, a certain Weasel is hatching a plan that would ruin Moley’s world forever… Glyn Maxwell’s Wind in the Willows tells the beloved tale once more in all its wistful charm, set in a timeless England where a spirit of friendship, grace and compassion ‘lets the best be done, and the worst undone.’

Publisher: Oberon Books Ltd ISBN: 9781783199617 Pages: 64