|Titre :||The Four elves and the Fairy = Les quatres elfes et la fée|
|Titre original:||tyria kriatkovia a víla|
|Auteurs :||Ján Uličiansky, Auteur ; Peter Uchnár, Illustrateur|
|Type de document :||livre|
|Editeur :||Perfekt, 2009|
A poetic essay on the seasons. Each season changes depending on which of the elves has the hurdy gurdy, which is a musical instrument. The metaphor of music is used for the noises of nature, such as snowflakes falling, leaves rustling, stream burbling or meadow buzzing. A young girl, who's a fairy, called Viva, came one morning at the foot of an old oak asking:"Futura! Futura! Are you here?" The frog doesn't want to be disturbed, because she was no fortune-teller, but Viva considered the frog as a good friend. "Something must have happened"said the little fairy. The winter is long, because Freddo overslept and kept his instrument in his frozen den. The frog ordered Viva to go to the North to see Freddo to bring her the magic instrument. The fairy, of which Piccolo was so fond, goes to Freddo's house, but it won't be easy to convince that grumpy elf. Is she going to fulfill her mission? The global warming is explained by the ill will of some people. Could she be with her beloved Piccolo again and dance forever?