Wood, Douglas (Eric)

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WOOD, Douglas (Eric)

WOOD, Douglas (Eric). American, b. 1951. Genres: Adult non-fiction, Children's non-fiction, Earth sciences, Environmental sciences/Ecology. Career: Writer, musician, and recording artist. Music teacher in Iowa and Minnesota, 1973-77; naturalist and wilderness guide in northern Minnesota, 1977-; host of a weekly radio show, "Wood's Lore," in St. Cloud, MN, 1984-91. Publications: FOR CHILDREN. NONFICTION: Old Turtle, 1992; Grandad's Prayers of the Earth, 1999; Making the World, 1998; What Moms/ Dads Can't Do, 2001. FICTION: Rabbit and the Moon, 1998; The Windigo's Return, 1996; Northwoods Cradle Song, 1996; What Dads Can't Do, 2000; What Teachers Can't Do, 2002; Old Turtle and the Broken Truth, 2003. ADULT NONFICTION: (and illustrator) Paddle Whispers, 1993; Minnesota: The Spirit of the Land, 1995; Fawn Island, 2000; Breathe the Wind, Drink the Rain, 2002. Has also recorded albums. Contributor of articles on wilderness and naturalist topics to magazines. Address: 3835 Pine Point Rd, Sar- tell, MN 56377, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; www.douglaswood.com