He who has ears, let him hear. He who has eyes, let him see. And he who has a heart, let him act.
Blasilius is the town watchman of the little shire of Minimonomongau. He takes his task very seriously. Not everyone is allowed to enter his town. Especially not those who come without their papers. But on a freezing cold snowy night, in the middle of Advent, two tiny figures suddenly stand in front of the gate and ask to enter – without papers, of course: Are they forest fairies? Goblins? Or human children? What will Blasilius do? Let them in and hide them? – Now, just before Christmas, which is getting closer and closer. And suddenly, he knows what he must do…
- Beautifully told Christmas tales with the message of opening your heart for other people's adversities
- Story of a transformation that relates to modern times
- Poetically illustrated with pictures by Stella Dreis