Different cultures have celebrated the changing of the seasons in numerous ways throughout history. The fall equinox is the time of harvest and thanksgiving.
Looking at both the science of the changing season and the history of how people have celebrated, this book provides a new understanding of the symbols of the celebration and effects of the season on the natural world.
The lyrical prose and warm illustrations invite the reader to ponder our connections to the past, to each other, and to Earth. Hands-on projects and other resources provide more inspiration. Paperback, 38 pages.
Also in this series is The Shortest Day (C57)
which tells all about the winter solstice.