The New Adventures of Mr Toad: A Race for Toad Hall
Written by Tom Moorhouse and illustrated by Holly Swain
Defrosted and dangerous – Mr Toad is back in the 21st century.
The New Adventures of Mr Toad: A Race for Toad Hall is the first book in a new series that takes its inspiration from the cherished classic, Wind in the Willows. It brings the action right up to date for younger readers, with an irresistible cast of re-imagined and brand new characters that children aged 7+ will find impossible to resist.
To celebrate Mr Toad’s new adventure, we’re giving away five copies of The New Adventures of Mr Toad: A Race for Toad Hall. For your chance to win, visit Oxford Owl’s Facebook page and comment on our prize draw post to tell us which classic children’s tale or character(s) you would most like to see revisited and reimagined in the 21st century. This could be Alice in Wonderland, Tom and Hatty from Tom’s Midnight Garden, The Railway Children,, or even Mr Scrooge from A Christmas Carol!
Entry closes at 11.59pm on Sunday 19th March 2017.
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About the book
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Teejay, Mo and Ratty definitely shouldn’t be exploring the overgrown grounds of Toad Hall – but that’s never stopped them before. After falling into a tunnel they discover something … someone trapped in the ice house.
That someone is none other than Mr Toad, and he’s been there for a hundred years. The children have found him in the nick of time, and with the help of his new friends, Mr Toad is ready to settle a score with some very shady weasels.
- Read an extract from A Race for Toad Hall [PDF]
- Explore the illustrious heritage of Mr Toad and his new friends [PDF]
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