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What Santa can't do —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Although Santa Claus is nearly perfect, he cannot resist a plate of cookies, remember Mrs. Claus's grocery list, or even shave.

Old Turtle —Wood, Douglas, 1951- author.

All of nature argues about the forms of God, so people are sent as a reminder of all that God is, although they do not seem to understand the message themselves.

What Grandmas can't do —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Lists all of the things a grandmother cannot do, such as baking your favorite cookies by herself, or opening her purse without finding gum or candy.

When a grandpa says "I love you" —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Explores some of the many and varied ways a grandfather can express his love, even without saying the words, such as by sharing his coin collection, holding hands when crossing the street, and attending tea parties.

When a dad says "I love you" —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Explores some of the many and varied ways a father can express his love, even without saying the words, such as by making pancakes, playing games, and reading a favorite story using special voices for each character.

What dads can't do —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Describes how dads show love by explaining all the things that they cannot do, such as sleeping late, keeping their ties clean, and reading books by themselves.

Where the sunrise begins —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Reveals the part that each of us plays in the beginning of every day.

What moms can't do —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

A child ponders the many problems that mothers must deal with in the course of a normal day.

The secret of saying thanks —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

While learning the secret to a good life, a child says thank you for the natural world and for being loved, because a grateful heart is always happy.

A quiet place —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Text and illustrations describe some of the special places that one can go to be quiet and alone and to imagine, such as a woods, a seashore, a library, or inside oneself.

For whom the bell tolls
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The story of Robert Jordan (Cooper), an American demolition expert who lends his abilities to the anti-fascist freedom fighters of Spainches Assisting him is a band of warriors that includes the strong-willed Pilar (Kati...

Old Turtle : questions of the heart —Wood, Douglas, 1951- author.

When the people have deep questions about life, death, and how to find happiness, they journey to find Old Turtle, and she answers their questions with wisdom and love.

Nothing to do —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Celebrates many ways of enjoying a day when the calendar is blank--no homework, no soccer practice, no anything--from building a fort to lying down and watching the clouds change shape.

No one but you —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Readers are invited to discover nature using their sense of smell, sight, hearing, touch, and taste.

Rabbit and the moon —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Crane helps Rabbit fulfill his dream of riding across the sky to the moon.

The Windigo's return : a North Woods story —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

When the fearsome Windigo begins to prey upon the People of the North Woods, a girl named Morning Star comes up with a plan to stop him.

When Mama Mirabelle comes home ... —Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Karla, Bo, and Max imagine all the fun they'll have when Mama Mirabelle comes back to them.

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