Normal things are nice: it's nice to know that after summer comes the autumn, after Sunday comes on Monday, that we are born, you grow and go to school. But too much normality and habit risk wrapping the world in indifference - a fog where no one more realizes the wonderful diversity that palpitates around us: colors, flavors, perfumes, emotions ... but in a small and gloomy town , where everyday life risks drowning lives in a tedious greyness, something unexpected is about to make breach in monotony. One day, as per enchantment, all calendars are empty and watches cease to work. The villagers react as they can, trying to rearrange what has become chaotic, and to restore what everyone for granted now: the knowledge of time. A visionary book, witty and wise to teach us to always look at the world with irony and enthusiasm, with the fresh look of a child: an invitation to shake us, to rebel us, not to let us submerge from liabilities towards life. To rediscover, above all, the wonder towards what surrounds us. Reading age: for 10 years.