The Wind in
This much-loved tale of Ratty, Mole, Badger and Toad was written by Kenneth Grahame and first published in 1908. Since then it has become an internationally acclaimed literary classic published in over 70 countries with more than 25 million copies of the book sold world wide. The Wind in
the Willows has been turned into a film five times,
a television series once, and there have been
many stage and radio productions.
At its heart, The Wind in the Willows is a story of friendship and the joys of home. Mole, Ratty, Badger and Toad have each come to a different
pass in their lives, when we meet them in our story... each of them either craving adventure or shunning it, either satisfied with their home lives,
or longing for travel and excitement. When the land of the Willows is threatened with extinction — in a scheme that hinges on Mr. Toad’s insatiable desire for bigger and faster thrills — these four friends will find themselves tested as never before, fighting side-by-side in a battle for their very lives...only
to realize in the end that the greatest joy in life,
is to be found with a fine home and good friends.
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When Mole ventures out of his lonely home for the first time, he finds a world of new friend-ships, gentle wonders and breathless adventure waiting for him in the land of the Willows. From the joys
of boating on the River, to Mr. Toad’s unbelievable antics at Toad Hall...
from the dark terrors of the Wild Wood and beyond, to the forbidden land of
the Humans... Mole, Rat, Badger and Toad will soon find that they must join forces, in a quest to save their homes from a sinister plot that could cost them their lives — and that could indeed
bring about the destruction of the Willows itself.