Litos walks around all day sleeping in corners here and there. It‘s because of the monster in his closet. The problem is not that he is scared of it, but the monster is bored during the day. At night, when Litos goes to bed, it comes out of the closet with a monstrous desire to talk and doesn‘t let Litos go to sleep.
Mimi, Litos‘ friend, has a good idea: The wardrobe monster needs a friend to play with during the day. So they introduce it to Casacabel, Litos‘ cat. The two have a great time, but things don‘t always go as expected …

by Litos & Mireia Sánchez

Takatuka | hc | 32 pp | 225 x 225 mm | 2019 | 4+

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[original title: En Litus no pot dormir]