EN | First published in April 1908, 'The Wind in the Willows' is one of the most cherished classics of children's literature by Kenneth Grahame, a British writer born in Edinburgh, Scotland. The story begins with the arrival of spring where we find the good-natured Mole tired of doing his spring cleaning. Mole journeys to the river where he meets Rat, whom he quickly befriends. Together the two rows down the river ultimately meet up with Toad at Toad Hall. There they discover Toad's current obsession with his horse-drawn caravan, one which he quickly abandons for a motorcar when his caravan is run off the road by one.u Hardcover 181 x 153 x 25 mm.
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