by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer, illustrated by Elizabeth Zunon ($16.99) [note: I change the cover to the kid’s version, they had the adult version]
William, unhappy about this, remembered pictures of a windmill in a library that Americans established near his village. He scavenged trash — a broken bicycle, a tractor fan, a shock absorber — and created a wobbly but working windmill. His prototype eventually led to a windmill and solar pumps that irrigated his mother’s garden and his father’s fields. This picture book simplifies the best-selling nonfiction book that the same authors published three years ago. Ages 6 and up.
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