The Wind in the Willows
Publish date: 1993
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, European Literature
, British Literature
I just ended up reading this since the book hold I had on Watership Down is not moving at all. I will be lucky to read that book by the end of summer at this rate. I haven't read this book since I was a kid and it's cute enough now but of course as an adult I just didn't have the same feeling of e...
The Wind in the Willows by Malvina Vogel is an edited version of Kenneth Grahame's original story. The book is a 5.2 on the Accelerated Reading leveling system. The story follows the lives of animals that exist and survive much like people. They must overcome obstacles that are both serious and funn...
I re-read this book for the first time in many years. I had forgotten how utterly charming the tales of Toad, Mole, Rat and friends are! The little woodland animals have many an adventure -- particularly Toad, with his fascination for the (novel at the time the book was written) new motor cars. The ...
I spent my whole childhood having never read this book solely because I owned a VHS of a film version, which was horribly dark and, to my young mind, violent and scary. I was finally brave enough to tackle the book.Overall, the book was good. There were many interesting stories throughout the book a...
So, this book is one of those self-publishing "success stories" folks love to yammer on about.When Grahame first wrote "The Wind in the Willows," no one wanted to publish it. He self-published it, it gained great popularity, now it's a classic, etc.But all I could think as I read it was that I could...
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