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By Jeff Mack

ISBN-10: 1452112657

ISBN-13: 9781452112657

Frog is settling in for a calming day on the pond. (AAHH.) yet wait—there are different creatures on the pond to boot. (AH HA!) and a few of them are out to get Frog. (AHHH!) to not fear, Frog will get the final chuckle. (HA HA!) utilizing purely letters, besides many brightly coloured and vigorous illustrations, Jeff Mack brings his hallmark humor to this rollicking booklet that may go away younger readers guessing, giggling, and at the fringe of their seats.

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Kenneth Grahame died in Pangbourne, Berkshire, on July 6, 1932, and is buried in Holywell Churchyard in Oxford. THE WORLD OF KENNETH GRAHAME AND THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS 1859 Kenneth Grahame is born on March 8 to Bessie Ingles Grahame and James Cunningham Grahame; the upper-middleclass family lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. Darwin舗s The Origin of Species and Charles Dickens舗s A Tale of Two Cities are published. 1860 James moves his wife and three young children to Argyllshire, where he has taken the position of sheriff.

1924 The Grahames return to England and settle in Pangbourne, Berkshire. 1926 Grahame舗s last work appears舒the introduction to Seventy Years a Showman, by George Sanger. 1927 Virginia Woolf 舗s To the Lighthouse is published. 1929 A. A. Milne adapts The Wind in the Willows for the stage, as Toad of Toad Hall. 1932 Grahame dies in Pangbourne on July 6. INTRODUCTION Kenneth Grahame舗s life was marked by duality, personal disappointment, and loss, all of which, through temperament and imagination, he transformed in his work, the best known being the children舗s classic The Wind in the Willows.

Ambivalent about social change, a reflection of which is perhaps found in Grahame舗s pitting the Wild-wooders against the River-bankers, Grahame took refuge in his writing. Like other authors of the 舠golden age of children舗s literature,舡 roughly the years from 1860 to 1914, he outwardly conformed to society舗s standards. Though these were standards he criticized openly in Pagan Papers and indirectly in The Golden Age and Dream Days, in The Wind in the Willows he subsumed his critique in a fantasy whose rejection of everyday reality in favor of an alternate one can be read as a fundamental rebellion against the norms.

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