|This small but unique Christmas tree sits atop a television set in Teresa's apartment.|
|Zosia and Sonny prepare to eat breakfast on Christmas morning.|
|Zosia embraces her mother, Teresa, in front of some Christmas lights.|
Zosia lights a candle at the grave of her father, Jerzy Kosmala.
|Teresa and Zosia light a candle at the grave of Zosia's grandfather. Although Zosia's grandmother is still alive, her name is already engraved on the headstone.|
|In the Cathedral Basilica of St Stanislaus Kostka, Zosia stands in front of a memorial for Tadeusz Burzyński and other Catholic priests who were arrested and ultimately murdered by the Nazis during World War 2.|
Rosa's Passage is a side alley off Piotrkowska Street where the walls of the buildings have been covered with small pieces of mirror in flowery patterns. This art installation was created by Joanna Rajkowska in 2014.
|Sonny and Zosia have a seat in front
of one of the Christmas decorations along Piotrkowska Street.
Photo courtesy of Zosia Zgolak
|Zosia is the star of Łódź!|
|Łódź is renowned for its film school, and many of the alumni are honoured with stars on Piotrkowska Street.|
|Sonny "plays" a piano duet with the Polish pianist, Arthur Rubenstein, on Piotrkowska Street.|
|Sonny tries to think of a dirty limerick while sitting next to the Polish poet, Julian Tuwim.|