Illustrating #03

This picture illustrates a long poem written by a Máté Ágoston, who submitted his piece into a writing competition in the category of children – 6-12 years of age. It’s about a little girl, who is unwilling to put on her socks, so the “elves” take it. But evening approaches and her feet gets cold, now she regrets not obeying her mother when she told her to dress up. Fortunately the little girl’s brother explains, that if she tidies up her room and obeys her mummy in the future, the “elves” will bring back the tiny white sock.


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