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      作者:肯尼斯·格拉姆

      內容簡介:“你知道,”鼴鼠說,“我這輩子還從未坐過船。”
      “什么?”水鼠叫道。“我親愛的伙計,你算白活了!相信我,沒有什么——真的沒有什么——比在船上打發時光更愜意。”
      從此,鼴鼠在他的朋友水鼠身邊體驗到了一種新的生活。在河邊,在漫長的金色的夏天,風吹過柳樹時,在輕輕低語著它的秘密。生活充滿了興奮和冒險,還有新的朋友:水獺和獾,當然少不了蛤蟆先生——著名的,聰明的,勇敢的,了不起的癩蛤蟆先生……
      嗨,那只是蛤蟆自己對自己的評價,他的朋友們可不以為然。當他瘋狂迷上駕車時,他變成了一只極愚蠢,極危險的癩蛤蟆……

      作者簡介:肯尼斯·格拉姆,1859年生于愛丁堡,死于1932年。他就職于英格蘭銀行多年,同時也是一名作家。《風語河岸柳》最初只是他講給他綽號小家鼠的小兒子阿拉斯特聽的床邊小故事。于1908年出版,從而成為有史以來最著名的兒童讀物之一。

      書蟲第三級:風雨河岸柳(音頻+文本)2019-06-15
      http://www.jwbl.com/html/29/983.html
      風雨河岸柳:1 The river2012-01-28
      The Mole worked very hard all morning, cleaning his little home. He brushed, and he washed; he cleaned the floors and the walls, he stood on chairs to wash the tops of cup boards, he got under the beds, he took up the carpets.
      風雨河岸柳:2 The open road2012-01-27
      One bright summer morning the Mole and the Rat were out on the river bank, watching the world go by. The Rat was writing a song and was singing quietly to himself as he tried different words.
      風雨河岸柳:3 The Wild Wood2012-01-27
      The Mole had wanted for a long time to meet the Badger. He often spoke about his wish to the Water Rat, but the Rat didn't seem to want to do anything about it.
      風雨河岸柳:4 A meeting with Mr Badger2012-01-26
      They waited patiently for a very long time, jumping up and down in the snow to keep warm. At last they heard feet coming slowly towards the door. Then the door opened, just enough to show a long nose and pair of sleepy eyes.
      風雨河岸柳:5 A lesson for Mr Toad2012-01-26
      Winter passed, and spring returned to the river bank. Then came a fine morning in early summer, when the world seemed full of sunlight and new green leaves.
      風雨河岸柳:6 Toad' s adventures2012-01-24
      For weeks Toad refused to eat. He lay on the floor of his prison and cried and cried. This is the end of every-thing, he said miserably, I shall never again be a popular and good-looking Toad, a rich and important Toad, a free and happy Toad.
      風雨河岸柳:7 Return to Toad Hall2012-01-24
      The Rat got hold of Toad's neck, pulled him out of the water, and took him into his hall.

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