Featured in Paperback Bookshelf: The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame

The Wind in the Willows is one of the books from my childhood that I remembered hearing bits and pieces of, but had never actually read. In the recent past, I had an old tattered paperback copy of the story that I kept in my car for emergency reading that was destroyed when it suddenly rained one afternoon while my windows were down. I was devastated by the destruction of the book and, sadly, could not save it. I had only read about 30 pages of this classic.

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, featured in Juneโ€™s Paperback Bookshelf.  Photo by Willow + Co Photography

When I saw the announcement that Canterbury Classics was releasing the beautiful Word Cloud Classics edition of this timeless story, I knew we had to include it as a featured book in Paperback Bookshelf. This beautiful copy deserves a spot on any bookworm’s bookshelf, and we’re proud to include a copy of it on ours. With its colorful illustrations and soft leather cover, it’s impossible not to fall head-over-heels in love with this edition.

To see what we included in the box, read the unboxing post. Click the photo to visit our online gift shop to find other boxes like this one.

Have you read The Wind in the Willows before? Do you currently own a copy of it? We’d love to hear how the story impacted you.


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