What exactly do you like about this trick? I have to admit the description doesn't do much for me - from the sound of it (I don't have the book, so I can't be sure unless you have a video link to a performance) it starts like an Ace Assembly, but the overall effect is that the Aces are cut into the deck and then found at the top.
To me, it's not just that the presentation is uninteresting (although that is a problem) it's that it doesn't seem pertinent to what's actually happening with the cards. Losing and finding the Aces has nothing to do with the passing and remembering of the seasons as far as I can see.
My advice would be to determine what you like about the trick and go from there. If you like losing the Aces in the deck and finding them in a magical way, there are other tricks that do this in a less convoluted way (one that jumps to mind is "Always Cut the Cards" by Larry Jennings.)
If you like the opening stuff about the parallels between cards and calendars, there are a good number of tricks out there that make use of this presentation too. Here's
a video that I like (it's evidently from an Al Leech book but I'd be willing to bet that all the necessary sleights are in the Card College books). There are also some good ideas out there by John Bannon, Greg Wilson and Darwin Ortiz, to name just a few.
Hope this helps.