Anton Lesser reads Kenneth Grahame's much-loved tale about a dragon who doesn't want to fight and the boy who becomes his friend. The Boy lives in a cottage with his mother and father, and the Dragon lives in a cave on the Downs. He's not the sort of dragon one might expect to meet, however - he's polite, friendly, composes poetry and purrs when he's happy. Lazy and peace-loving, he just wants to lead a quiet life. But when the villagers discover his existence, they send for St George immediately to slay the dreadful monster. So when the saint arrives, with the intention of killing him, The Boy needs to do some persuading. After all, George and the Dragon are supposed to fight - aren't they? A charming, humorous story from the acclaimed author of "The Wind in the Willows".