Everything you need to understand or teach The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.
The Wind in the Willows tells the story of Mole, Water Rat, Badger, and Toad, and takes place along a peaceful riverbank surrounded by lush meadows. Mole is originally from a neighboring meadow, but one fine spring day he ventures away from his home and finds the magical life of the river awaiting him. Mole quickly becomes fast friends with Water Rat, a polite and civilized creature who invites Mole to live with him while he teaches Mole the secrets of river life.
Mole accepts Water Rat's invitation, and also accepts the invitation that life has seemingly offered to him. Mole quickly feels at home on the river. He and Rat, along with Rat's friend, the Otter, spend their days exploring the wonders to be found along the river. Soon, we meet Mr. Toad, who is no stranger to adventure. Toad is a rich and somewhat spoiled creature. He is... View more of the The Wind in the Willows Summary
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