Years ago as a child, I used to have a seasonal craft and activity book with different things to do each month of the year. If I was bored, then my mum, sisters and I would take out the book and do something. Although "Fed up with Frenzy" is not split into months and is aimed at adults rather than children, it has a huge variety of activities which are doable and entertaining linked to different times of the year.
The book is a lovely reminder about past games and activities. For example there are skipping chants, clapping games and other playground activities. Team games new games and challenges are also included as well as more traditional activities.
Who is this book for? It's aimed at parents but I think a lot of teachers will find plenty of relevant material in here. The ideas for celebrations are fabulous. They cover tooth fairy pouches, planting trees (along with blessings and poems for trees), cleansing a house for New Year, a wish jar for transition times, various ideas for celebrating the Day of the Dead, etc.
The book is American but I haven't found there to be a great deal of difference. Be prepared - there are no illustrations and it's a traditional paperback novel format yet somehow this doesn't seem to matter. The tone of the book works well - a bit like being given a relaxing massage!