The Wind In The Willows By Kenneth

The Wind in the Willows
is a beloved children’s novel written by Kenneth Grahame in 1908. The book follows the adventures of four animal friends: Mole, Rat, Badger, and Toad, as they explore the English countryside and encounter a variety of characters and obstacles along the way.
The novel is set in a pastoral world of rivers, woods, and fields, where animals live in harmony and have their own distinct cultures and traditions. Mole, the first character introduced, is a solitary and curious animal who leaves his underground home to explore the world above. He meets Rat, a water-loving creature who introduces him to the joys of boating and the peaceful life on the river.