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Books published by publisher Windmill Books

  • Gettysburg: Tad Lincoln's story

    F. N Monjo

    Hardcover (Windmill Books, March 15, 1976)
    Recounts the events of the Battle of Gettysburg and the dedication of the cemetery there, as seen through the eyes of Tad Lincoln.
  • Stealthy Sharks

    Ruth Owen

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 10, 2012)
    Fearsome predators lurk in both the depths and the shallow waters of the world’s oceans, waiting to attack their prey with clever precision. Vibrant photographs will provide an up-close look into the world of sharks that will fascinate readers. Clear and informative text explains the extreme advantages this ancient predator has over its prey and engaging facts will keep readers entertained from cover to cover.
  • Animal Antics

    Amanda Enright, Kasia Dudziuk

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, July 15, 2019)
    There's no shortage of opportunities for hilarity when it comes to animals. Readers of this captivating volume won't be able to stop laughing at the entertaining jokes about bunnies, snakes, dogs, cats, and numerous other animals. Colorful illustrations are closely related to the text, helping young readers make connections and enjoy their reading experience. These delightful jokes are short and easy to remember, so readers will love sharing them with their friends and family members.
  • The Witch's Haircut

    Mavis Wyvill

    Paperback (windmill books, March 15, 1995)
  • Dinosaurs

    Steve Parker, Chris Buzer

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Dec. 15, 2010)
    Introduces different species of dinosaurs, including Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops, and describes their size, diet, and how they may have cared for their young.
  • The night-lite storybook

    Robert Kraus, N. M. Bodecker

    Hardcover (Windmill Books, March 15, 1975)
    A collection of very brief stories about the adventures and activities of the Night-Lite Kids throughout the year.
  • Halloween Sweets and Treats

    Ruth Owen

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 10, 2012)
    Halloween is the king of candy holidays. This spooky book of recipes goes beyond candy corn and chocolate and delves into wickedly tasty delights. Readers will be introduced to a wide array of Halloween delicacies as they learn measurements and cooking tips.
  • Let's Draw Sea Creatures

    Kasia Dudziuk

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, July 15, 2019)
    All sorts of creatures exist deep in the sea, and with the right guides, drawing them can be easy. This engaging book helps readers explore the waters and create colorful drawings of the creatures that inhabit them. Each project features simple instructions, including drawings of each step and concise text, to help young artists complete their works of art. Readers are encouraged to use their imagination, develop a sense of creativity, and perhaps use the skills they've learned to create even more drawings.
  • Grace the Green Sea Turtle

    Rebecca Johnson

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Jan. 15, 2018)
    Sea turtles face a number of obstacles on their travels through the ocean. In this engaging book, readers will follow Grace, a charming green sea turtle, on an important journey through the water. Highlighting a significant part of the life cycle, this book also touches on environmental issues facing our waters. Colorful photographs and an exciting narrative will appeal to readers and animal lovers of many ages. As an invaluable resource to complement elementary life-science curricula, this book will make a wonderful addition to any library or classroom.
  • Dinosaurs

    Kate Daubney

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2018)
    Young readers and artists love dinosaurs because, having been extinct for millions of years, they're still somewhat of a mystery to us. We have a pretty good idea of what they looked like, but young illustrators can also use their imaginations quite a bit when drawing or painting them. Readers of this delightful book will follow along with simple, step-by-step guidelines and illustrations. They'll use their own hands and fingers to create unique pieces of fingerprint art starring our old friends, the dinosaurs.
  • Okapi

    Sara Antill, Jennifer Way

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Dec. 15, 2010)
    Introduces the Okapi, including where they live, their closest animal relatives, how they take care of their young, and why they are such a rare animal to find in the wild.