The Willows in Winter
The Willows in Winter, first published in 1993, is William Horwood's first sequel to The Wind in the Willows. He followed The Willows in Winter with Toad Triumphant, The Willows and Beyond, and The Willows at Christmas, forming his Tales of the Willows series.
Editions of The Willows in Winter
and cover price
|The Willows in Winter||HarperCollins||Hardcover||Patrick Benson||0002243539|
|The Willows in Winter||St. Martin's Press||Hardcover||Patrick Benson||0312113544|
|1995||The Willows in Winter||HarperCollins||Paperback||Patrick Benson||0006478735|
|" "||St. Martin's Press||Paperback||Patrick Benson||0312148259|
|1996||" "||Durkin Hayes||Audio cassette||?||0886464269|
|" "||Chivers Press||Unabridged Audio cassette|
|Mole Gets Lost|
Volume 1 of The Willows in Winter
|Flying into Danger|
Volume 2 of The Willows in Winter
|Toad in Trouble|
Volume 3 of The Willows in Winter
|The Willows in Winter||HarperCollins||Hardcover||Patrick Benson||0765561042|
- A short review, including "Horwood captures most of the atmosphere of the original work" appeared in Publishers Weekly on October 24, 1994. (Retrieved through Gale CPI.Q on May 28, 2008.)
- Review of The Willows in Winter within "Books to look for" by Charles de Lint in Fantasy & Science Fiction July 94, Volume 87, Issue 1, p. 36. (Available through Ebsco.)
- A review of the Harper Audio edition appeared in Publishers Weekly on January 15, 1995. (Retrieved through Gale CPI.Q on May 28, 2008.)
- A short review of The Willows in Winter by Stephen Kane, posted on rec.arts.books.children in early 2004.
- The Willows in Winter (hardcover) on Amazon.com
- The Willows in Winter (1996 paperback) on Amazon.com
- The Willows in Winter (hardcover) on BarnesandNoble.com
He is indeed a very altered Toad: Christina Hardyment talks to William Horwood, recreator of The Wind in the Willows. From The Independent (Saturday, 20 November 1993).
The Willows in Winter, read by David Suchet, was a programme on BBC Radio. The eighth (final) episode was broadcast on Radio 7 on January 6 and 7, 2010.
The 1996 film titled The Willows in Winter is based on William Horwood's novel.
- The Willows in Winter in the IMDB
- The Willows in Winter in the BFI Film & TV Database
- The Willows in Winter in Toonhound
- The Willows in Winter (video casette) on Amazon.com
Translations of The Willows in Winter
The Willows in Winter was published in Dutch as De wilgen in de winter, translated by Max Schuchart and published by Meulenhoff-M in 1994. The book in 288 pages and includes the illustrations by Patrick Benson.