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Wind in the Willows

by Kenneth Grahame

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One of Alan Titchmarsh's favourite books.
This timeless tale has never been out of print and remains one of the best loved children’s titles in English literature.  Grahame’s wonderful imagination and quiet humour continue to charm children and adults alike and this edition is beautifully complemented by some stunning illustrations throughout by award-winning illustrator Robert Ingpen. Other classics illustrated by Robert Ingpen and in a wonderful gift hardback edition include, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, The Jungle Book, and Peter Pan.

Wind in the Willows Synopsis

To celebrate the centenary of the first publication of The Wind In The Willows in 1908, this magnificent new edition, complete and unabridged, has been beautifully illustrated by the award winning artist Robert Ingpen.

Wind in the Willows Press Reviews

“Robert Ingpen’s breathtaking autumnal illustrations depict the characters as real animals and evoke the English countryside so convincingly that you can almost smell the river.” - Nicolette Jones, The SundayTimes

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ISBN: 9781840113525
Publication date: 01/09/2007
Publisher: Templar Publishing
Format: Hardback

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ISBN: 9781840113525
Publication date: 1st September 2007
Author: Kenneth Grahame
Publisher: Templar Publishing
Format: Hardback
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About Kenneth Grahame

Kenneth Grahame was born in Edinburgh, Scotland but in early childhood, after being orphaned, moved to live with his grandmother on the banks of the River Thames in southern England. He was an outstanding pupil at St Edward's School in Oxford and wanted to attend Oxford University but was not allowed to do so by his guardian on grounds of cost. Instead he was sent to work at the Bank of England in 1879, and rose through the ranks until retiring as its Secretary in 1908 due to ill health. In addition to ill health, Grahame's retirement was precipitated in 1903 by a ...

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