The King Arthur Flour web site has GREAT recipes also, you can search for whole wheat or whole grain. (They have recipes for non-wheat flours also)
If you can get spelt flour at a reasonable price, here is a wonderful recipe for spelt rolls which I use a lot. Spelt is an older variety of wheat, which is not commonly used in bread anymore because it doesn't have a lot of gluten, so it's more difficult to get the fluffy "wonder bread" effect that people prefer today. The rolls end up dense but very tender, even though my spelt flour is whole grain -- I made them for my mom and she said they were like cake. I usually divide the recipe into 10-12 rolls rather than the 9-10 specified.
Dan Lepard's Spelt and Flaxseed Rolls: