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Wind in the Willows

Easy Reader Classics

No. of pages 32

Mole is homesickand what child doesn t understand that? Ever since he met Rat and came to live on the river, Mole hasn t been back to his own little house. But he s been away so long that his dwelling s no longer cozy and warm. What can Mole do to make it home, sweet home again?"


This book features in the following series: Easy Reader Classics, The Wind in the Willows .

. This book is part of a reading scheme, meaning that it is a book aimed at children who are learning to read. This reading scheme has multiple levels.

There are 32 pages in this book. This book was published 2007 by Sterling Juvenile .

Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was a Scottish writer, most famous for one of the all-time classics of children's literature, The Wind in the Willows, as well as for The Reluctant Dragon.

This book contains the following stories:

The Wind in the Willows
Mole is spring cleaning his home when Ratty persuades him that there is nothing so much fun as messing about on boats. The two set off In Ratty's row boat and picnic by the riverside, then spend days in Ratty's riverside home. One day they decide to visit Toad at Toad Hall. Toad persuades the two of them to join him in his lovely yellow caravan. All goes well until the caravan is knocked into the road by a passing motor car. Days pass and Mole tries and fails to persuade Ratty to take him to meet the elusive Badger, so he sets off on his own and gets lost in the Wild Wood. Ratty rescues him and they stay the night at Badger's House. Meanwhile Toad has become so obscessed with cars he'borrows' one from a courtyard and end up in prison. The jailer's daughter takes pity on him and helps him to escape dressed in her washerwoman's clothes. However whilst Toad has been in prison, stoats and weasels have taken over Toad Hall and in a final battle Badger, Ratty , Mole and Toad must eject them and reinstate Toad.

Home Sweet Home

This book is in the following series:

The Wind in the Willows

Easy Reader Classics

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