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The Wind in the Willows the Wild Wood

by Kenneth Grahame

Other authors: Val Biro (Illustrator)

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Mole and Rat become lost in a snowstorm after leaving the river bank to visit Badger in the Wild Wood.

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This is a story of a mole.He made friends with Toad,Rat and others.He went on a journey with his friends and helped one of his friends.
I like this story.This book tells me how important my friends are.And the characters are very friendly. ( )
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