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  • New Windmills: All Quiet on the Western Front

    • By Remarque, Erich Maria
    • Published 01/11/1989
    • ISBN 9780435121464
    • In stock
     
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    $31.95
     
    Little Albert Kropp; Muller who still carries his schoolbooks; Leer, with an eye for the girls and Paul Baumer missed by his sick mother—these are four classmates who have volunteered for the German army in 1914, with youthful optimism. This is the story of their First World War—theirs... Read more >
     

  • New Windmills: Animal Farm

    • By Orwell, George
    • Published 01/12/1989
    • ISBN 9780435121655
    • Available on demand (O)
     
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    $31.95
     
    Old Major, the boar, dreams of farms run by animals for animals, with liberty and equality for all. When the animals of Manor Farm, led by the pigs Napoleon and Snowball, drive out Farmer Jones and set up Animal Farm, the dream seems to be coming true. But as the pigs become more powerful Old Ma... Read more >
     

  • New Windmills: Island of the Blue Dolphins

    • By O'Dell, Scott
    • Published 01/09/1989
    • ISBN 9780435121082
    • Available on demand (O)
     
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    $31.95
     
    The gripping and humane Robinson Crusoe story of an Indian girl abandoned in 1835 on a lonely rocky island off the Californian coast.
     

  • New Windmills: The Village by the Sea

    • By Desai, Anita
    • Published 01/05/1989
    • ISBN 9780435122904
    • Available on demand (O)
     
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    $31.95
     
    Lila is thirteen and her brother Hari only twelve, yet, as the eldest children of a poor family in India, it is they who have to cope when their parents cannot support them.
     
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  • New Windmills: To Kill a Mockingbird

    • By Lee, Harper
    • Published 01/05/1989
    • ISBN 9780435120962
    • Temporarily out of stock
     
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    $31.95
     
    One of a series of fiction titles for schools. Scout, the keen-eyed narrator, and her brother Jem interrupt their games to champion their lawyer father when, in a hostile, racist town in the American South, he battles to defend Tom, who is black and accused of murder.
     

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