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by David MacAulay

Author: David MacAulay
Subcategory: Education & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; First Edition edition (September 26, 1983)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: docx lit rtf azw

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The mills at Wicksbridge are imaginary, but their planning, construction, and operation are quite typical of mills developed in New England throughout the nineteenth century.

David Macaulay (born 2 December 1946) is a British-born American illustrator and writer. His works include Cathedral (1973), The Way Things Work (1988) and The New Way Things Work (1998). His illustrations have been featured in nonfiction books combining text and illustrations explaining architecture, design and engineering, and he has written a number of children's fiction books

This book, from the award-winning author of The Way Things Work, takes readers of all ages on a journey through a fictional mill town called Wicksbridge.

This book, from the award-winning author of The Way Things Work, takes readers of all ages on a journey through a fictional mill town called Wicksbridge. With words and pictures, David Macaulay reveals fascinating details about the planning, construction, and operation of the mills-and gives us a powerful sense of the day-to-day lives of Americans in this era. His imaginary mills in an imaginary town in Rhode Island, and the generations of people who built and ran them, come to life.

In Mill, a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, David Macaulay pays tribute to the historically important mills of 19th-century New England.

In this riveting book, lauded author-illustrator David Macaulay illuminates the rich and storied history that culminated in the building of the fastest, most advanced, and last of these great steamships: SS United States. This unique "biography" of SS United States artfully explores the design and construction of the ship and the life of its designer and engineer, William Francis Gibbs. It also tells of a personal journey: Gibbs' famed vessel was the very one on which the author emigrated to America as a ten-year-old.

David Macaulay is known for his en texts which combine the appeal of children’s picture books with that of an adult coffee table book; delighting readers of all ages.

The mills at Wicksbridge are imaginary, but their planning, construction, and. David Macaulay is known for his en texts which combine the appeal of children’s picture books with that of an adult coffee table book; delighting readers of all ages. Being a fan of Macaulay’s Castle and Cathedral, I next turned to Mill. Mill deviates from the norm of Macaulay’s other works and sadly: not in a good way. Although Mill is unique in its format of following the construction of more than one mill throughout time; this doesn’t successfully draw attention.

David Macaulay was born on December 2, 1946 in Lancashire, England. He is a writer, known for Cro (1993), The Way Things Work (2004) and The Way Things Work (1996). He is married to Ruthie. They have two children. How Much Have You Seen? How much of David Macaulay's work have you seen? Known For. Cro Writer.

Title: Mill, Paperback By: David Macaulay Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 128 Vendor: Houghton Mifflin .

Title: Mill, Paperback By: David Macaulay Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 128 Vendor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publication Date: 1989. Dimensions: 9 X 12 (inches) Weight: 1 pound 4 ounces ISBN: 0395520193 ISBN-13: 9780395520192 Ages: 9-12 Stock No: WW34830.

Read Mill, by David Macaulay online on Bookmate – This illustrated look at nineteenth-century New England architecture was named a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. This book, from the aw. This illustrated look at nineteenth-century New England architecture was named a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. This book, from the award-winning author of The Way Things Work, takes readers of all ages on a journey through a fictional mill town called Wicksbridge.

The mills at Wicksbridge are imaginary, but their planning, construction, and operation are quite typical of mills developed in New England throughout the nineteenth century.