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Literary picnics: The wind in the willows

The 10 best literary picnics

Ratty's Picnic from Wind in the Willows | www.FoodinLIterature.com

A sunny spring Sunday is a perfect excuse for a picnic. Pack Ratty's Picnic and treat your family to a Wind in the Willows theme.

Mole’s Christmas, or, Home Sweet Home (from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. (1984). Illustrations by Beverley Gooding

ohsamiam: “ Mole’s Christmas, or, Home Sweet Home (from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. Illustrations by Beverley Gooding ”

The Wind in the Willows. Made me tolerate the moles in the yard.. and imagine a cute little home & life underground..... :-)

Love her illustrations for Wind in the Willows! Inga Moore, "Wind in the Willows"

'The Mole had been working very hard all the morning, spring-cleaning his little home'.     This is the well known opening line from Kennet...

ahumbleprofessor: “ During this break I’ve been reading The Wind in the Willows (alongside a few other books) and it’s a wonderful time. Something magical about older books as cherished as The Wind in.

'A splendid day': The Thames at Cookham Dean provided Kenneth Grahame with the setting for 'The Wind in the Willows'

Kenneth Grahame: Lost in the wild wood

"The Wild Wood is pretty well populated by now; with all the usual lot, good, bad, and indifferent - I name no names. It takes all sorts to make a world. Badger, The Wind in the Willows

Inga Moore illustrations from the book Wind in the Willows

Inga Moore ~ Badger "himself bathed the Mole's shin with warm water & mended the cut with sticking-plaster till the whole thing was just as good as new.

He scrambled out and slid lightly to the ground.  'The Wind in the Willows' by Kenneth Grahame, illustration by Helen Ward

He scrambled out and slid lightly to the ground. 'The Wind in the Willows' by Kenneth Grahame, illustration by Helen Ward

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