Fiona Cook

The Wheel of the Year I An Illustrated Guide to Nature's Rhythms

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A beautifully illustrated, interactive guide to ancient, nature-based holidays and customs. Through themed meditations, crafts, and rituals, young readers can learn about old and new ways of honoring the seasons—and create their own!

Each “spoke” in
The Wheel of the Year marks an important turning point: the winter and summer solstices, the spring and fall equinoxes, and the festivals of seeding, growing, and harvesting that arrive in between. Within each section, enjoy:

  • An overview of the holiday and its significance in cultures around the world
  • A sensory scavenger hunt for sights, sounds, and smells the season
  • Ideas for a seasonal altar using objects from nature
  • Themed crafts, rituals, games, and recipes
Blending nature connection with art, poetry, and myth, The Wheel of the Year conveys the magic and beauty of ancient traditions and encourages young readers to notice, care for, and celebrate the natural world around them.

Autor_in: Fiona Cook

Sprache: Englisch

Einband: Gebundenes Buch

Seitenzahl: 256

Maße: 26,4/21,3/2,5 cm

Gewicht: 1023 g

Verlag: Simon & Schuster Uk

ISBN: 978-1-5248-7480-3

Auflage: 1. Auflage

Altersempfehlung: Ab 8 Jahren

Illustrator_in: Jessica Roux


Jessica Roux is a Nashville-based freelance illustrator and author, as well as a self-described plant and animal enthusiast. She loves exploring in her own backyard and being surrounded by an abundance of nature. Using subdued colors and rhythmic shapes, she renders flora and fauna with intricate detail reminiscent of old world beauty.

Visit her online at or follow along on Instagram at @jessicasroux.

Fiona Cook is a writer and visual artist working in Chicago. She is a mother and union home health care worker. Fiona is inspired by the magic, mystery, and mischief of our planet Earth and draws from that relationship in her work.

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