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Books published by publisher Windmill Books

  • The New Girl

    Amelie Sarn, Virgile Trouillot

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 1, 2009)
    The Groove Team finds their lives turned upside-down when a new student arrives in the middle of the school year and appears to be working as a spy for the Dean of Students, Miss Nakamura.
  • The Impossible Maze: Find Your Way Out!

    Lisa Regan

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2018)
    Mazes are a fun, thought-provoking activity for young minds. This creative book will challenge readers to solve a number of entertaining puzzles. They'll learn that with the right techniques and skills, the seemingly impossible is actually possible. Colorful illustrations, accessible language, and relatable characters guide readers through each twist and turn of the maze. Completing a puzzle is a fun goal that will inspire readers to keep going and finish each challenge this captivating book has to offer.
  • Pirates Can Work Together

    Tom Easton

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Jan. 15, 2016)
    Its all hands on deck in this exciting book about the pirate crew of the Golden Duck. Captain Cod tells each crew member to work on a sail, but each time they do it alone, they fail. They realize that its best to work together as a team. Teamwork is an important concept in sports, school, and outside of school. Readers will relate to these familiar and funny characters, allowing them to learn from their mistakes, and ultimately, their realization that working together is always better than working alone.
  • Plant-Eaters

    Olivia Brookes

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Jan. 15, 2012)
    Dinosaurs were the most diverse group of terrestrial vertebrates for over 16 million years and have a complex classification system. This fascinating volume delves into the lives of gentle giants as the Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and many other dinosaurs are profiled in detail. Readers will also learn the evolutionary tactics herbivores used to survive alongside more aggressive, meat eating dinosaurs.
  • Emma

    Gill Tavner, Jane Austen, Ann Kronheimer

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Jan. 1, 2009)
    Follows the adventures of the self-assured and accomplished Emma, a twenty-one-year-old girl of privilege who believes she is immune to romance and has several chaotic and often humorous experiences.
  • Babydoll Sheep

    Alix Wood

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Jan. 1, 2017)
    Babydoll sheep—also known as Babydoll Southdown sheep—make great pets, help cut grass on farms, and are even brought to hospitals to visit patients. Readers discover many fun facts about these small sheep through accessible text and eye-catching fact boxes. As they learn about these adorable animals and how to care for them, they also learn about basic science curriculum topics, such as selective breeding and life cycles. They can then test their new knowledge with a quiz based on what they read. Cute and colorful photographs of Babydoll sheep are sure to appeal to young animal lovers.
  • Family Is the Best Medicine

    Cathy McAleese

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Jan. 15, 2019)
    Everyone needs a little help sometimes, and often the best helpers are our family members. Readers of this delightful book will see how families can make hard times easier to handle, and how they can help us through tough situations in life. They'll also learn the importance of working as a team and helping each other out, especially when it comes to family. Colorful illustrations supplement easy-to-digest textual content, helping to tell a story of love and support.
  • Steggie's Stutter

    Jack Hughes

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 1, 2014)
    "Steggie has a stutter and sometimes it takes her a bit longer than others to get her words out. Her friends are in a hurry to play a game and rush off without listening to her warning into the Deep, Dark and Scary Forest. Before long, the friends get into trouble and it's up to Steggie to rescue them. But will they listen to her advice?"--
  • Stan the Elephant

    Manica K. Musil

    Paperback (Windmill Books, July 15, 2019)
    Stan loves to talk, but no one ever wants to listen! Not the birds, the lion, the alligator, or the zebra. Stan is about to give up hope when he discovers a tiny friend who has been listening all along. With charming mixed-media illustrations by author Manica Musil, this story will touch the heart of anyone who has ever felt ignored or alone.
  • Pipe Cleaner Projects

    Jane Yates

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Jan. 1, 2017)
    For readers looking for a new crafting project, creating with pipe cleaners is a simple, fun introduction to crafting. Readers will learn how to make figures such as dogs, cats, and flowers out of pipe cleaners. They will also learn how to make bracelets, rings, and crowns to wear while playing dress-up. Each project is explained through clear instructions, which are supported with step-by-step color photographs. These colorful pipe cleaner projects are perfect for beginning crafters everywhere!
  • Mermaid Puzzles

    Sam Loman

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, July 15, 2019)
    Young readers will be delighted by this adorable book of mermaid puzzles. The fun, simple brain games for kids seamlessly integrate education and entertainment. Beautiful illustrations enhance the enriching material, which promotes key developmental skills, such as problem-solving and attention to detail. Readers are asked to perform a variety of tasks including spotting the difference, identifying missing pieces, and searching for hidden objects.
  • Cool Crafts With Cardboard

    Jane Yates

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2017)
    Toilet paper tubes, tissue boxes, and sheets of cardboard are sturdy beginnings for many craft projects to help pass a rainy afternoon. They can become decorations, gifts, or simply more exciting boxes! Readers follow step-by-step instructions to create amazing crafts using cardboard thats otherwise headed for the curb. The simple language allows readers of all ages to enjoy the many crafts in this book, but also provides places for the most artistic readers to show off their individual imaginations through extra color, detail, and more.