Fri, 11 March 2016
When the Rat discovers that Mole has set off for the Wild Wood but is trapped in a snowstorm, he must use all his wits and cunning to find his friend. For the Wild Wood is a place for voices, faces, and scurryings. Kenneth Grahame, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.
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The Wind in the Willows is a wonderful story, but the thing I particularly enjoy about it is the graceful language of Kenneth Grahame. Giving children an opportunity to hear the characters’ adventures while enjoying a backdrop of beautiful imagery is something that really gives this story enduring value.
And now, The Wind in the Willows, Part 2of7, by Kenneth Grahame.