The Wind in the Willows
Kenneth Grahame Tiziana Longo
Arcturus Publishing Limited
Heeding the call of spring, Mole sets out from his underground home and heads down to the river bank. His outing leads to friendship and adventures with Ratty, Badger, and irrepressible Mr Toad.
Their idyllic life changes when Mr Toad's car-crazy antics land him in jail. What are the friends to do? One of the greatest animal stories ever written, presented in a beautiful slipcase edition containing new, full-colour illustrations by Tiziana Longo, Kenneth Grahame's classic story is guaranteed to delight readers of all ages.
Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was a British writer, best known for the classic children's book, The Wind in the Willows (1908). His other works included The Reluctant Dragon (1898), which was adapted into a Disney film in 1941.
Tiziana Longo was born in 1980 in Catania, Sicily. She is fascinated by the traditional illustrative techniques but prefers to work digitally: her and her tablet are inseparable. Tiziana also works as a digital colorist, graphic designer and hosts drawing and painting classes for children and adults.