|aThe wind at work |ban activity guide to windmills |cGretchen Woelfle.
|aChicago, Ill. |bChicago Review Press|cc2013.
|avii, 145 p. |bill. |c22 x 28 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 133-135) and index.
|a"Explaining how the wind works, what windmills have contributed to the past, and why they offer environmental promise today as a source of clean, renewable energy, this revised and updated edition offers a glimpse into all the current and historical uses for wind power. Featuring new information on wind energy technology and wind farms, new photographs, and 24 wind-related activities--from keeping track of household energy use and conducting science experiments to cooking traditional meals and creating arts and crafts--this handy resource offers kids interested in the science of energy and green technologies an engaging, interactive, and contemporary overview of wind power"--Provided by publisher.