Harry didn't know then how important this layer would be, other than sneaking into the restricted section of the Hogwarts library, Polyjuice Potion — Hermione. A single handkerchief: The Dursley. In the fourth year, Dobby gave her a pair of socks that didn't match. One was red with brooms and the other green with Snitches.
Hermione gave Harry a book called Quidditch Teams from Great Britain and Ireland. Ron gave her a bag full of manure bombs. Sirius gave him a useful knife to open locks and untie knots. Hagrid gave her a candy box with Bertie Botts, Chocolate Frogs, Fizzing Whizbees and Drooble's Best Blowing Gum.
Weasley gave her a green sweater with a dragon (possibly a Hungarian horsetail) and a large number of minced meat pies. For all items delivered as Christmas gifts. The students at the Hogwarts School of Wizardry and Wizardry went on vacation for a few weeks during the holiday season, although some students (such as Harry Potter) decided to stay at Hogwarts. Harry liked to stay at Hogwarts for Christmas, as the alternative was to return to the Dursleys.
Christmas was often characterized by some kind of holiday. Eggnog was often served at or around Christmas. For those who stayed at Hogwarts during the Christmas vacation, charm and extravagance awaited them. Harry Potter had fond memories of spending Christmas at Hogwarts, as he never had fun with the Dursleys.
When he and Hermione visited Godric's Hollow in December 1997, the carols that came from the church reminded him of “Peeve shouting rude versions of carols in armor suits, of the twelve Christmas trees in the Great Hall, of Dumbledore wearing a hat he had won on a cookie, of Ron in a hand-woven sweater.” Harry Potter chose to spend his Christmas at Hogwarts in 1991. A notable time when most students stayed at Hogwarts for Christmas was in 1994, when Hogwarts organized the Three Wise Men's Tournament and the Christmas dance held on Christmas Day. At Harry Potter's first Christmas at Hogwarts in 1991, it was by far the best Christmas I've ever had. A single handkerchief, this is a gift designed to show Harry how little he cares, and it's also the last gift Harry gets from them. Christmas is an important part of the Harry Potter movies, as are the gifts you receive, including those that only appear in books.
It's also one of the many times Harry gets candy gifts and, as a Christmas tradition, it's charming. In the first books, the Dursleys send Christmas presents to Harry while he stays at Hogwarts, but they're impressively bad, and Harry describes this as “an all-time low”.