The Wind and the Willows

by Katharine Wray

15 December 2009

 

This annotated version of the children’s classic holds a college course’s worth of information between its covers. Giving the gift of Toad’s adventures with Rat and Mole will always be, and always has been, an appreciated gift. This edition, however, takes the reader deeper into the world of The Wind in the Willows with relevant annotations and cultural contexts. This book deserves a spot on the bookshelf to be enjoyed by the old and young alike. Revisited, or newly discovered, Kenneth Grahame continues to inspire imaginations.

 

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