The Wind in the Willows
Written by Kenneth Grahame and illustrated by Robert Ingpen.
Follow Mole, Ratty, Toad, and various other eccentric animals as they partake in some of the most-loved adventures in children’s literature. The award-winning Robert Ingpen provides over 70 beautiful illustrations throughout. Each image breathes new life into the tale and vibrantly brings these whimsical characters to life. With each chapter we learn of the trials, tribulations and most importantly the friendships of the animals who reside in the idyllic English Countryside.
These daring escapades and charming interactions will keep your child entertained during school holidays, as they eagerly await the next adventure that lies just over the page. A novel that has stood the text of time, as well as resonated with readers of all ages. The Wind in the Willows is a book that adults can find humour, spectacle, and passages of literary power. A truly timeless story, sure to pique the interest of young ears, and maybe even take yourself back down memory lane.
Dimensions: H: 23.5cm, W: 19.5cm
Illustrations: 70 coloured images