The Wind in the Willows – Ethereum

by Kenneth Grahame — eBook

“The Wind in the Willows” is a classic children’s novel written by British author Kenneth Grahame. The book was first published in 1908 and has since become one of the most beloved works of children’s literature.

The Wind in the Willows received negative reviews upon its initial release, but it has since become a classic of British literature. It was listed at No. 16 in the BBC’s survey The Big Read[2] and has been adapted multiple times in different media.

Collector’s Limited
60 numbered eBooks
60 Unique Cover Designs
60 1:1 Cover Designs

Price: 0.02 ETH
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Book Info


Equal chance at #0000 and #0001 which are included in the Mint

Each eBook cost 0.02 ETH
When you purchase this DEA – it isn’t just a picture of a book cover, it’s the eBook in its entirety.
DEA (Decentralize Encrypted Asset) eBook contains over 100,000 words.
Read using our anonymous eReader dApp.
Includes 4k hi-resolution printable book cover design.
Contract id: 0x6EE13388FACbC2c7D12747AaA0917c82cE1Bf42F

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x 1 Numbered eBooks
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eBook Numbers 35 – 46
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11 Unique Designs
x 1 Numbered eBooks
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eBook Numbers 24 – 34
(18.33% of Supply)

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9 Unique Designs
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8 Unique Designs
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eBook numbers 7 – 14
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The Mole
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eBook Numbers 0 – 6
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About this Book

From Wikipedia: The Wind in the Willows is a children’s novel by the British novelist Kenneth Grahame, first published in 1908. It details the story of Mole, Ratty, and Badger as they try to help Mr. Toad, after he becomes obsessed with motorcars and gets into trouble. It also details short stories about them that are disconnected from the main narrative. The novel was based on bedtime stories Grahame told his son Alastair. It has been adapted numerous times for both stage and screen.

The Wind in the Willows received negative reviews upon its initial release, but it has since become a classic of British literature. It was listed at No. 16 in the BBC’s survey The Big Read[2] and has been adapted multiple times in different media.

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