When the Wind Blows is my favorite book from, at least, the past couple of years. I confess: I cried when I read it but the tears were from relief. This is a gentle, beautiful book that instills hope and left me thinking: Okay, it’s not that hard so let’s get this on.
Children these days have many worries. When the Wind Blows gives them hope and encouragement while teaching how wind energy works. Buy it for your children then let’s all sit down and read it together. It feels so good you hardly realize you’ve learned something new.
I love this page because I love me a coke-bottle-nose dog and because, before I was TXsharon, I was a sailor. I could hike out on my Hobie Cat or chill on my San Juan.
But look at these gears… Being the mother of boys taught me to appreciate gears and the guts of things.
But this is my favorite page. Look at what the hard-working wind can do without causing air pollution or climate change.
This is the world where I want to live. How about you?
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Meteor Blades says
Lovely book in text and illustrations AND message.