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Title: When the Moon is Full: a Lunar Year
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company, Boston
Publication Date: 2001
Illustrator: Mary Azarian
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
Edition: Second Printing
About this title
This lunar guide describes the folkloric names of twelve moons according to Native American tradition and showcases their defining characteristics in short verse and beautifully detailed hand-colored woodcuts. A question-and-answer section includes information about the moon's surface, an explanation of a lunar eclipse, and the true meaning of a blue moon.About the Author:
As a descendant of Wyandotte Indians, author Penny Pollock has a particular interest in Native American folklore. She lives with her husband in Brookside, New Jersey. Mary Azarian, the 1999 Caldecott Medal-winner for Snowflake Bentley, developed her own technique for printmaking on a nineteenth-century handpress. She lives in Calais, Vermont.
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