Martino does not howl at the moon like all other wolves, he loves to eat cherries and always has two of them resting on his muzzle. ’He will never be a real wolf!’ the pack leader says to the mother she-wolf. Fortunately, Martino encounters a goose, which unlike the fox, knows how to look beyond the cherries it carries on its face, beyond appearances and diversity. Because with small steps you can improve and get closer, dissolve the fog that divides and finally say: ’Welcome to the pack, little wolf!’. A story of animals to know, through metaphor, the problems related to autism and to get in touch with those who appear ’different’.