Every New Year, at the stroke of midnight, the fairies come down on a moonbeam to wake the little flowers from their winter slumber. Rusialka, the queen of the fairies and elves, greets the flowers who raise their banners for one special night before returning to sleep until the spring.
For generations, this joyful tale has delighted kids and grown-ups. Now experience this classic like never before with interactive features to explore, such as page-by-page narration, a touchable gallery of Nellie Benson’s classic illustrations, and a floriography glossary of the flower meanings.
Great story with lots of colorful images and buttons for kids to push. The voices of the flower children are adorable and the narration is perfect for quiet time