In the beautiful glade a few trees are growing. A common and careless visitor to the forest might think it is just one of the many ordinary glades. However, this is no ordinary glade.
If you know how to look, from beneath the treetops, eyes will peep out and under them, a mouth will begin to smile, and what was a knot just a moment ago will suddenly turn into a nose.
Trunks will split in two and legs and arms will appear … and in front of you the genuine inhabitants of the Glade have come to life: the Stumps, Pine, Fir, Elm, Birch, Hornbeam and old Father Oak.
A beautiful summer morning calls for a walk. The Stumps head to the Bare Hill from where they will have a beautiful view of the whole forest. Father Oak tells them they would also have a chance to observe the stars. Is he joking? How could they watch the stars in the middle of the day?