A lesson plan book for The wind in the willows, by Kenneth Grahame by Judith Bauer Stamper

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Published by Scholastic in Jefferson City, Mo .

Written in English

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  • Grahame, Kenneth, -- 1859-1932.,
  • Literature -- Study and teaching.

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Other titlesThe Wind in the willows.
Statement[educational writer, Judith Bauer Stamper].
SeriesInnovations : a teaching guide -- 43213-3
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18642485M
ISBN 100590432133
OCLC/WorldCa23676865

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Kenneth Grahame Grahame, Kenneth () - English essayist and writer of childrens’ books. He worked on the staff of the Bank of England as a Secretary.

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InKenneth Grahame and his wife left their son Alastair with the nanny while they went on a long vacation. During this time, he wrote 15 letters to his son which contained stories of Mr.

Toad. When the couple returned from their holiday, Miss. Slott, the nanny, had kept all the letters and encourages Kenneth to write a book with the stories. "Rat," said the Mole, "I simply can't go and turn in, and go to sleep, and do nothing, even though there doesn't seem to be anything to be done.

We'll get the boat out, and paddle upstream. The moon will be up in an hour or so, and then we will search as well as we can—anyhow, it will be better than going to bed and doing nothing." "Just what I was thinking myself," said the Rat.

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