The Wind in the Willows - Illustrated Edition
Written by Kenneth Grahame
Part of the Walker Illustrated Classics Series
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Stunning is definitely the best word to describe this book that is bulging with superb illustrations that complement the moving story by Kenneth Grahame of Ratty, Moley and of course the irascible Toad.
It is part of the Walker Illustrated Classics, a new series which brings together some of the best-loved stories ever told, illustrated by some of today's finest artists. These exquisitely designed books, with their magnificent words and glorious pictures, are a pleasure to read - and re-read. The classics have never looked so good.
To see more Illustrated Classics click here to go to the Classics section, then click the Illustrated tab.
The Wind in the Willows - Illustrated Edition by Kenneth Grahame
A word from the Illustrator, Inga Moore:
'Anyone who has ever read The Wind in the Willows knows how delightful it is to get lost, even for an hour or two, in the world within its pages. Illustrating the book, of course, takes a lot longer. In my case it took over two years, two wonderful years spent in the company of Ratty, Mole, Mr Badger and The Toad. As I worked I found myself thinking more about their creator, Kenneth Garhame. Perhaps this is inevitable when you go deeply into a work, but I like to think it was also because I share his love of the English countryside. Searching there for inspiration for my illustrations, it was as if I had - even if it was just for a while - come upon a common spring.'
Twelve large format paperback classic children's books illustrated by today's finest artists will be published this year, perfect for building the definitive children's classic library:
The Wind in the Willows - January
Classic Poetry - February
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - March
The Secret Garden - April
The Jungle Book - May
Alice through the Looking Glass - June
Moby-Dick - July
Tales of Hans Christian Andersen - August
A Christmas Carol - September
Classic Fairy Tales - October
Gulliver's Travels - November
Pinocchio - December
'A stunning achievement - Moore's illustrations are just so perfect for the book, that you can almost feel Kenneth Grahame smiling down upon it.' Sunday Telegraph
'A book for your child to treasure - and, in time, share with their own children.' The Good Book Guide
About the Author
Interest Age: From 7
More books by Kenneth Grahame
Walker Books Ltd
5th January 2009
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