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Author Wood, Douglas, 1951-

Title Fawn Island / written and illustrated by Douglas Wood
Published Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2001]
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 175 pages) : illustrations
Series Outdoor Essays & Reflections
Outdoor Essays & Reflections
Summary Fawn Island is a place where crows serve as alarm clocks, white-throated sparrows leave the tracks of their songs upon the evening hush, and chickadees help a woodsman learn to whistle. The island is also a jumping-off place for journeys large and small, earthly and spiritualto nearby Mallard Island, Gull Island, or Bald Rock, by sea kayak into the wild recesses of sprawling Voyageurs National Park, or on a midnight paddle in which the paddler can reach the silent wilderness of the stars themselves. In his latest book, best-selling author Douglas Wood guides the reader on a deep journey into
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Subject Wood, Douglas, 1951-
Islands -- Rainy Lake Region (Minn. and Ont.)
Natural history -- Rainy Lake Region (Minn. and Ont.)
Rainy Lake Region (Minn. and Ont.) -- Pictorial works
Rainy Lake Region (Minn. and Ont.) -- Description and travel
Rainy Lake Region (Minn. and Ont.) -- History
Genre/Form History.
Pictorial works.
Illustrated works.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0816689296 (electronic bk.)
9780816689293 (electronic bk.)