Annotations for Winter's Eve : Love and Lights
Baker & Taylor
Eve the fairy stays home in winter, but she receives notes and presents from her friends when they travel the world, celebrating such winter holidays as Diwali, Hanukkah, St. Lucia's Day, Christmas, Los Posadas, Kwanzaa, and New Year's.
Independent Publishing Group
Unlike most fairies who live in a land of eternal springtime, Eve and her fairy friends are used to being a little slowed down by the chilly weather. Even though they are a little less sparkly without the sun to charge their fairy dust, Eve and her friends are usually still able to fly and perform their fairy functions. This year, however, the diminishing sunshine and freezing temperatures have taken a toll on young Eve, and she finds herself suffering from the winter blues. Determined to snap herself out of them, Eve decides to explore the winter festivals that humans celebrate and in the process discovers that each festival has a special light to offer. Through this charming journey through winter light festivals celebrated annually?including Diwali, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and the Chinese New Year?Eve discovers that light is actually held within and that until the sun comes back to brighten our days, we can warm our own hearts and each other with reminders of the holidays.