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Books published by publisher Windmill Books

  • City Life

    Megan Higgins

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Dec. 15, 2019)
    Life in the city offers plenty of things to observe. Readers will take a look at many different city scenes and use their observational skills to spot a variety of different objects on the page. They'll see that some objects may appear to be the same, but actually have small variations that make them different. Some questions also encourage readers to practice their counting skills to see how many of a certain item appears. Colorful illustrations and age-appropriate text guide readers through completing each exciting activity.
  • Sorting Puzzles

    Paul Virr, Lisa Regan, Amanda Enright

    Paperback (Windmill Books, July 15, 2019)
    By sorting things, or putting them in a particular order, it can become easier to find answers to other questions. Readers of this innovative volume work on sharpening their sorting skills by solving fun puzzles. Each activity is introduced with concise instructions explaining the age-appropriate puzzle. Colorful illustrations engage readers and guide them in drawing conclusions and finding answers. This invaluable resource supports the growth of important skills that are vital in early development.
  • Spiders and Other Creepy-Crawlies

    David West

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Jan. 15, 2018)
    Beetles and spiders and bees, oh my. From time to time, everyone has come across at least one of these creepy-crawly creatures, but what goes on inside their little bodies that makes them do the things they do? With the help of this clever book, readers will learn the answers to that and other questions they might have about these interesting animals. Though mostly small, the insides of these creatures' bodies are often quite complex. Simple, labeled diagrams and illustrations paired with accessible captions and text help readers understand the key workings and functions of these animals' insides.
  • Scary Mazes

    William C Potter, Leo Trinidad

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Jan. 15, 2019)
    Snakes, ghosts, spiders, monsters; there are lots of things to be scared of! How many spooky things are hiding in these mysterious mazes? Only the boldest readers will find out what's waiting at the end. Simple enough to trace with a finger, but challenging enough to be fun and engaging, these age-appropriate mazes will keep readers entertained. They'll develop problem-solving skills while having fun. Beautifully scary illustrations make each maze an entertaining, creepy adventure.
  • Puffins

    Ruth Owen

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Jan. 15, 2013)
    A puffins colorful beak is its most unusual physical feature. Readers will fall in love with this little black and white bird while learning about the ways it has adapted to its frigid environment. Easy-to-follow text and colorful photographs make this a truly exciting read.
  • Cat Spies Mouse

    Rina Foti, Dave Atze

    Paperback (Windmill Books, July 15, 2019)
    What happens when an arrogant, impatient cat comes head-to-head with a humble, patient mouse? The possibility for change. Tiny Mouse is a game-changer who asks big questions. With each of her thought-provoking questions, Mouse is taking small but powerful steps to make the world a better place. Fun and entertaining illustrations by Dave Atze provide additional depth and cheeky humor to this simple story with a big message about diversity and tolerance.
  • Ocean Animals

    Ruth Owen

    Hardcover (Windmill Books, Aug. 1, 2014)
    Take a plunge into the watery depths with this fun title filled with aquatic origami projects. Folding projects featuring whales, skates, crabs, and colorful fish are accessible with explicitly illustrated instructional text. As readers create various fishy crafts, they will learn vital facts and vocabulary about each ocean creature. The vibrant photos and colorful design is sure to make this book a splash!
  • Tractors and Other Farm Machines

    Professor Emeritus of Latin David West

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2017)
    Farms are as important as ever, even in our high-tech world. Without them, we wouldnt have produce, dairy, or meats! Readers of this engaging book will see how technology and nature combine to yield delicious harvests. Theyll get an inside look at the anatomy of tractors and other farm machines, learning their different parts and processes. Simple language breaks down complex principles and systems into manageable chunks of information. Intricate illustrations show readers the insides of these incredible mechanisms, encouraging curiosity for science and technology!
  • My Body

    Gladys Rosa-Mendoza, Chris Butler

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, July 15, 2010)
    Meet Edward and Alicia, who teach readers the parts of the body. Each colorful dimensional paper illustration is clearly labeled, making it easy for children to follow along with the narrators and strengthen their reading skills.
  • Hanukkah Sweets and Treats

    Ronne Randall

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 10, 2012)
    Families will enjoy celebrating the Festival of Lights with the delicious treats they learn to make in this volume. Readers will be introduced to the Traditional Hanukkah favorites, as well as some exciting new ideas, as they begin making treats. The recipes are presented with fun, easy-to-follow instructions and are accompanied by full-color photographs.
  • The Sixteen Hand Horse

    Fred Gwynne

    Hardcover (Windmill Books, March 15, 1980)
    Depicts a little girl's visual images of her parents' talking about such things as bells that peel, banking a fire, and a running nose.
  • I Love the Jonas Brothers

    Kat Miller

    Paperback (Windmill Books, July 1, 2010)
    Nick, Joe, and Kevin Jonas are three of todays hottest pop stars. Readers can take a peek behind the scenes of their music and acting careers and learn more about the brotherly bond that drives their success.