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|Book||NF 926.21 K (Browse shelf)||Available||0310075555|
|Book||NF 926.21 K (Browse shelf)||Checked out||LP shelf - Thinker||22/03/2023||0300765555|
When 14-year-old William Kamkwamba's Malawi village was hit by a drought in 2001, everyone's crops began to fail. His family didn't have enough money for food, let alone school, so William spent his days in the library. He came across a book on windmills and figured out how to build a windmill that could bring electricity to his village. Everyone thought he was crazy but William persevered and managed to create a functioning windmill out of junkyard scraps. Several years later he figured out how to use the windmill for irrigation purposes.