The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame is a timeless classic that has always captured young readers’ imaginations. From the beloved river to the Wild Wood, and from stolen sports cars to Toad Hall the novel follows the adventures and misadventures of Mole, Rat, Toad, and Badger. Since its publication in 1908, The Wind in the Willows has been praised as a classic tale of camaraderie, of cunning, and of the celebration of nature.
View our Wind in the Willows Set, featuring a Memoria Classics Edition of the novel, Student and Teacher Guide. The Student Guide is designed to guide students towards the central proposition that gives the story ultimate meaning and expression. The Teacher Guide is equipped with all answers to the Student Guide, as well as all tests and quizzes.
Our study guides train students to become active readers by focusing on vocabulary, pronunciation, spelling, comprehension, and composition skills. Students are forced to think about what they have read and learn to identify the important content of each story. These study guides also teach the advanced skill of composing answers that are both clear and concise. This is a difficult skill at any age. Writing is thinking, and good questioning also stimulates the child to think and write.