It’s the longest night of the year, and the snow lies deep. During the forest, animals long for first light’s warmth. Strong and clever creatures boast that simplest they may be able to bring back the sun. However the wind knows better. The wind calls Chickadee, whose easy song wakes the sun. On this lyrical story from Marion Dane Bauer with breathtaking watercolors by Ted Lewin, it’ll take a tiny and delicate creature to summon a new day.