Series: Wind in the Willows

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The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame1
Wind in the Willows (Lerer annotation) by Kenneth Grahame1 annotated
Toad of Toad Hall by A. A. Milne1 stageplay
The Wind in the Willows: Play by Alan Bennett1 stageplay
The Wind in the Willows [abridged and illustrated by Inga Moore] by Kenneth Grahame1 abridged
The River Bank and Other Stories by Kenneth Grahame1 excerpts
Wild Wood by Jan Needle1 retelling
A Breeze in the Willows by Allen Johnson Jr.1 retelling and sequel
A Fresh Wind in the Willows by Dixon Scott1.50
Return to the Willows by Jacqueline Kelly1.60
The Willows at Christmas by William Horwood2
The Willows in Winter by William Horwood3
Toad Triumphant by William Horwood4
The Willows and Beyond by William Horwood5
The Wind in the Willows Short Stories by Kenneth Grahame Society6

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a partial list from the Kenneth Grahame Society: http://www.kennethgrahamesociety.net/...


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