Waiting for Christmas is waiting for a miracle. The promise of magic was inherent in the event itself sprouting century to century with different fabled details.
Mary`s Little Donkey by Gunhild
This is the best and most popular work of the Swedish writer . It is impossible to imagine Christmas in Sweden without this touching story, cartoons were shot on it and performances were staged, toys made. For more than fifty years, this book has been finding more and more enthusiastic readers around the world, and for the first time, we published a touching story in Russian. This is a wonderful Christmas present for children and adults, because what could be better than reading a book together with exciting and dangerous adventures and a happy and wonderful ending!
Christmas Angel: Stories and poems to read for children
This book contains stories and poems about Christmas - a holiday full of joy and love. And to love God means to love your loved ones, to help them, not to leave them in trouble. May these wonderful stories of mercy and good deeds become useful and joyful readings in anticipation of Christmas and on holy Christmas days.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
This famous story of Charles Dickens, of course, is about Christmas, about faith and the most wonderful events that happen in human life! The genre of the holy story is surprising first of all by the fact that with all the naivete, fairy tale and extraordinary, it has always been loved not only by children but also by adults. Igor illustrations create a special atmosphere and accurately convey the feelings of the heroes. The text is accompanied by comments about the life of Victorian England. And design and printing, of course, make this book a special Christmas present.
The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen
The evil mistress of winter dreams that the world will become cruel and cold. She does not know that a girl capable of love and self-sacrifice can destroy her plans. The main characters of the book are children, so young readers and listeners are very empathetic to them.
The Blue Bird by Maurice Maeterlinck
and , the names of the main characters sound like Christmas bells. But on a festive night, there is no time for entertainment. You should find a bluebird to save a sick girl. The fairy who gave them such a task found unusual helpers for the children. The book is written in the form of a play.
About the author
Melisa Marzett is a traveler and a freelance writer who is currently writing for Essay-Editor.net. Apart from traveling and writing, she likes handmade, shopping, cooking, sports and fashion. She is into psychology and an animal rights activist.