The Wind in the Willows by Lydia Karpinska MRBSYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolute nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”
Mole: Known as “Moly” to his friends. An altruistic, humble, loyal, polite, home-loving animal, and the first character introduced in the story. Fed up with spring cleaning in his secluded home, he ventures into the outside world.
Rat: Known as “Ratty” to his friends (though actually a water vole), he is cultured, relaxed and friendly, and enjoys a life of leisure; when not spending time on the river, he composes doggerel.
Mr. Toad: Known as “Toady” to his friends, The wealthy scion of Toad Hall who inherited his wealth from his late father. Although good-hearted and optimistic, he is also arrogant, conceited, and impulsive.
Mr. Badger: A gruff but benevolent soul, Badger embodies the “wise hermit” figure. A friend of Toad’s deceased father, he is uncompromising with the irresponsible Toad.