Wind in the Willows (Ducool Fine Proofreaded and Translated Edition) by Graham

Wind in the Willows (Ducool Fine Proofreaded and Translated Edition)

byGraham, Li Dandan

Kobo ebook | December 1, 2015

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Grahame, the author of this book, is a lover of nature. With his fluent and colorful descriptions of nature, we can feel the animals’ deep love and clinging trust to human that author wants to express. He also tells people that we should have more understanding and tolerance to each other. In this book, a mole experiences a series of danger and make friends with a water rat, a old badger and a toad. The toad is a chairwarmer who relies on his father’s heritage and leads to trouble again and again. His friends always educate and help him but there’s no use. He is in trouble again and goes to jail. His home is taken up by yellow weasels and skunks. Finally, he escapes from the hell and drives the yellow weasels and skunks out of the door with the help of his friends.

Title:Wind in the Willows (Ducool Fine Proofreaded and Translated Edition)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 1, 2015Publisher:XinXueTang

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:7563723676

ISBN - 13:9787563723676

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