On a chilly New Year's Eve, there was a brave little girl who didn't dare to go home until she sold all her matches. As the night grew darker, the biting cold wind made her shiver and lose her warmth. But something magical happened every time she lit a match. In the flickering flame, she saw beautiful illusions come to life—a magnificent Christmas tree adorned with sparkling lights, a grand feast full of delicious treats, and even her beloved Grandmother who had passed away many years ago. Will this little girl find solace and joy in the coming New Year Day?
About the Author:
The little Match Girl is a captivating tale written by Hans Christian Andersen, a talented Danish writer and poet of the 19th century. During the years of 1835 to 1837, Andersen enchanted readers with his collection of fairy tales, which comprised 156 stories across nine volumes.