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Who has seen the wind —Mitchell, W. O. (William Ormond), 1914-1998.

As we enter the world of four-year-old Brian OConnal, his father the druggist, his Uncle Sean, his mother, and his formidable Scotch grandmother (she belshesa lot), it soon becomes clear that this is no ordinary book. As...

Who has seen the wind

The coming-of-age of adolescent Brian O'Connal in small town Depression-era Saskatchewan is told. The son of the local pharmacist Gerald O'Connal, Brian is in many ways a typical boy, who dislikes school if only because ...

Who has seen the wind —Mitchell, W. O. (William Ormond), 1914-1998.
Book On CD
2000
Availability: 2 of 3

"Set in a fictional small town in the Canadian west, Who Has Seen the Wind traces the evolving consciousness of Brian O'Connal, beginning when he is four and ending when he is 12. The free-spirited Brian brings a refresh...

Jake and the kid —Mitchell, W. O. (William Ormond), 1914-1998.
Large Print
1997
Availability: 8 of 9

Thirteen humorous short stories set in the small rural community of Crocus, Saskatchewan and revolving around a young boy and a hired hand named Jake Trumper. Based on the popular CBC radio series (1950-1958).

How I spent my summer holidays —Mitchell, W. O. (William Ormond), 1914-1998.
Book On CD
2007
Availability: 2 of 3

"In his best-selling novel, How I Spent My Summer Holidays, W. O. Mitchell tells the story of 12-year-old Hugh's long summer in a small prairie town. When Hugh and his friends uncover a secret cave, they find it occupied...

Since Daisy Creek —Mitchell, W. O. (William Ormond), 1914-1998. author

Colin Dobbs, a salty-tongued, irreverent English professor is obsessed with acquiring the hide of the grizzly bear that mauled him. It is his deep disappointment in himself that has led him on this strange quest.

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