Book Review of The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows
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Okay, I read this because it's a classic. It's a child's tale that will teach your children that stealing, breaking out of jail, stealing again, and tricking people are just fine. There are no female characters, or any notice that females are a real part of life. Three characters are good, good, always good, and have all they want in life, although they never work or hunt. The rich guy has all kinds of privilege, inherited, and at the end, is made to apologize for his bad behavior, but is not punished. Ridiculous that this is still considered acceptable reading.