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The Wind in the Willows
By Kenneth Grahame
The special friendship that is shared between the Water Rat and The Mole is a lesson in kindness and simplicity. All the characters are different kinds of animals and all have different strengths and weaken. Mr. Toad is very likable and cheeky, Mr. Badger is very strict but kind, The Water Rat is very practical but poetic and the Mole is loyal and lovable.
Mole has a sudden case of spring fever, gives up on his house-cleaning, and wanders in the fields and meadows. He finds himself by a river and meets the Water Rat, who invites Mole into his boat, something else he has never seen before.
A world of friendships, the joy of carefree wandering, of picnicking, and playing has opened for Mole. Half way through the book, the Mole, the Water Rat and the Badger go to Toad Hall to try to help their friend Mr. Toad who has a bad habit of reckless driving. Toad has a way of getting his friends in trouble, especially when he gets a motor car, but he can always count on Mole, Water Rat, and Badger to get him out again. Mole's underground home is bought by the Weasels from wealthy landowner. Badger and Rat start to fight to get his home back from evil Weasels. The four friends regain Toad Hall. The book ends with a banquet where all the friends rejoice at Toad’s return.
The Wind in the Willows is about friendship and kindness. As a result, this book has a valuable message: If you respect other people's differences, you will have many good and loyal friends.
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