- Miss Little’s Gift: A Poor Reader’s Story
- A Writer’s Path
- The Things Trees Know
- The Secret Of Saying Thanks
- Where The Sunrise Begins
- Old Turtle’s World
- Breathe The Wind, Drink The Rain
- Deep Woods, Wild Waters
- Find True North
Douglas Eric Wood wilderness guide, and musician Douglas Wood engages every audience on an entertaining and inspiring journey.
Knowing that being “inspired” can be short-lived and will soon leave us feeling “expired” once more, Doug connects with warmth, humor, and substance.
He empowers any group, leading them to their own insights and inspiration through the human connection to the natural world.
With his songs and stories, Doug entertains and educates, his ability to lift the human spirit making a large hall feel like an intimate campfire.
He leaves an audience laughing, misty- eyed, uplifted, and feeling just a little more confident in their own lives.
Douglas Wood has touched audiences of all ages across the country with his story of going from the “worst reader in the class”, a painfully shy kid who suffered from ADHD and dyslexia, to a best-selling author and speaker.
Doug is the creator of thirty-two books for children and adults, with over two and a half million copies in print.
As a wilderness guide he has led scores of trips for the National Wildlife Federation, Science Museum of Minnesota, The Smithsonian Institute and countless others.
He is grounded in his background as an environmental educator, and emphasize the timeless bond between nature and the human heart.
Doug brings unmatched warmth and empathy to all of his personal appearances, along with a lively sense of humor and knack for spontaneously connecting with any audience.
As a musician he performs on 6 and 12-string guitar, banjo, and mandolin, often with his Wild Spirit Band.
Douglas Wood leaves an audience restored and energized, feeling just a little bit closer to their own heart and to the natural world around them.