Fans of literature will enjoy S.E. Wilson's Re-telling of The Wind in the Willows

WEST MIDLANDS, U.K. - Feb. 13, 2024 - PRLog -- "Ratty and Moley Run Through the Jungle" promises an immersive and thrilling reading experience that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Whether you're a fan of the original tale "The Wind in the Willows" or a newcomer to Kenneth Grahame's world, this book is a must-read for anyone seeking a captivating and suspenseful adventure that will keep you guessing until the very end. Get ready to embark on a journey filled with intrigue, suspense, and unexpected twists in Book Two Ratty and Moley Run Through the Jungle.

Once again, Ratty and Moley were tasked with saving the day, this time in the face of Sheriff Stoat who was retired and traveling south to visit a relative. They encountered a screech owl named Shriek. Eventually, after some gentle persuading, the two friends convinced Shriek to join them in the jungle in pursuit of the dirty rats. Three rats on an expedition to probe the jungle's depths were waylaid by a tribe of wild creatures known as the Osawatomie, while on their way to explore the jungle. Their pursuit also proved troublesome for Ratty, Moley and Shriek. Still, they continued their search for the escaped gang, as all law-abiding creatures should. But did they bite off more than they could chew this time.

Birch Tree Publishing publishes a broad range of books for young readers-books for middle grade readers and novels for young adults. There are books on our list that teach children about tolerance, patience, bravery, and more. Our bestsellers include books about Minecraft, stories told with LEGO bricks, and books that combine all three. Readers who enjoy the fight between good and evil will especially enjoy this adventure series.

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