"Closing with a handful of poorly designed activities ('Around March 21, June 21, and September 21, repeat steps 1 to 5'), and a skimpy resource list, this well-meaning effort is likely to leave readers more confused than enlightened. (Web sites) (Picture book/nonfiction. 7-9)"
Generic ancient and modern figures in the illustrations accurately reflect the superficiality of this bland account of the winter solstice's natural signs and traditional commemorations.
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