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Publisher's Summary

These are the exploits of Toad and the efforts of his friends, Ratty, Mole, Badger, and Otter, to control the rascal.
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"Cosham sounds as if he is reading his favorite work of fiction, and his affection is contagious. Keep this nearby, it's the prescription for happiness." (AudioFile)
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By Jennifer on 05-18-06

perfect

My favorite 'children-of-all-ages' story, beautifully read.

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By notchland88 on 10-24-08

Family favorite

Mole, Rat, Toad and friends are real personalities in Ralph Cosham's brilliant narration. All the joy and humor packed into this terrific story come through. Listening to Wind in the Willows with Christmas tree lights on and hot chocolate in hand has become a Christmas tradition for our family. Even our teens carve out 4 or 5 evenings during the season to settle in and enjoy.

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By Catwat on 06-24-15

Pure mindfulness in all but name.

This is the most beautiful telling of a tale that adults and children will adore. The narrator is perfect and warm for night time sleepiness! voices are quite distinct from each other and match the characters perfectly. Loved it loved it loved it! Zzzzz

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By Judy Corstjens on 05-24-12

Why do some books become famous?

At school my class read this book. Since I was a bad reader (haha, before audiobooks!) I didn't keep up and missed the story. So, I thought I would catch up, 40 years on. Better left as a vague memory, probably. What is this strange religious episode where a half-man half-goat demi-God rescues a baby otter - that Victorian throw back is conveniently deleted from the collective memory of this whimsical, children's story. Why the fame? Must be the character Toad. I know a man like him, I guess everyone does, and I guess that is genius.

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