"The Story of Mix, of Max, and of Mex" can be read in the same line as Sepúlveda‘s best-and-longest-selling "The Story of a Seagull and the Cat Who Taught Her to Fly", capturing the hearts of young and old alike.
When the kitten Mix gets stuck up a tree, Max tries to save him, but ends up stuck himself. From then on, the two are unseparable, learning the lessons of life together. When Mix goes blind, he makes friends with the mouse Mex, who in return for his name lends the cat his eyes. For friendship means sharing the best that we have. Apparently simple, this cleverly composed book is full of wisdom.
An ode to friendship. Luis Sepúlveda has the poetic gift of bringing the essential to life.