I think Tilly’s mother was alarmed by them as she noticed her daughter was frightened.
Tilly had seen the sea behaving in the same strange fashion in class in a video of a Tsunami that had hit the Hawaian Island in 1946.
The Smith family and the others on the beach went to the third floor of the hotel to escape from the Tsunami.
Tilly’s family came to Thailand just to celebrate the Christmas festival.
I think the title, The Best Christmas present in the World, is apt and suitable. Another title can be “Jim’s present for Connie”.
The German and the British soldiers forgot their enmity. They smoked, drank and ate together, they sang and played a match of football with each other and finally went to their trenches.
Jim’s letter is Connie’s Christmas present. It is the best Christmas present in the world for her because she loved Jim very much. Although he never came back, she had kept the letter very carefully till her old age.
The author had bought a very old roll-top desk. Inside its drawer there was a secret drawer. The author found the letter inside it.
I think the soldiers of the two armies are like each other because they shared their drinks, sausage (meat), sang and even played football match together.
The British and the German soldiers became friends by sharing smoking, laughing, talking, drinking and eating and by sharing Christmas cake. All these things were common between them.