Definition of The Wind in the Willows from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


The Wind in the Willows

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a children's novel (1908) by Kenneth Grahame. It describes the adventures and relationships of a group of small animals, including a mole, a rat, a toad and a badger, who live by a river. It was one of the most popular British children's books of the 20th century. A version of it for the stage, called Toad of Toad Hall, written in 1929 by A A Milne, is still often performed.