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REPOST | A Year of Moons Review

Adirondack Daily Enterprise


Saratoga Springs author Joseph Bruchac’s new book, “A Year of Moons: Stories from the Adirondack Foothills,” is a delightful meditation on the seasons.


Tapping into his Abenaki heritage, Bruchac leads the reader through the calendar, from the “Alamikos, New Year’s Greeting Moon,” to the “Pebonkas, Moon of Long Nights.” For each moon/chapter, the prolific author (Bruchac’s written over 100 books), shares Abenaki stories he heard as a youth, the lunar traditions of other Indigenous people, scientific information about wildlife, as well as his own seasonal experiences and observations.





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