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By: Irene Boland and Vanessa Kellogg
128 pages, Illus
Visits ancient Persia, Imperial China, medieval Europe, and rural America for first-hand views of wind power in its various forms throughout human history. From grain-grinding to water-pumping, this book takes us on an adventure into Texas, where shiny wind turbines are constructed to make clean, renewable electricity for our homes and businesses.
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