Fjols loves hats! His flat is covered in all sorts of hats from all over the world: sombreros, cowboy hats, caps, top hats? you name it!
One evening Fjols is getting ready for bed when he hears a scary noise that won't stop. The sound is coming from the floor above his own. Fjols begins to feel afraid; he's never heard a peep from the flat above his own before now. What if there is somebody up there who wants to steal all of his marvelous hats?
"An exciting aspect of this book is that both children and adults are left with the idea that things jolly well are not always what they seem. Which is something that grown-ups would do well to remember and children had better learn. This is of course one of the fundamental elements of tolerance and acceptance of other people. At the same time, the book speaks a little about how, even if things look very weird, there may be no reason to feel scared.”
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