This collection contains six titles in Haitian Creole:
Elan, Ela (Ella the Elk) is about an elk who enjoys drinking milk and the way people perceive her.
Anndi Foumi (Andy the Ant) is about an ant that loves to add. It encourages children to practice adding as a way to build mathematical skills.
Tonton bil Zwazo Parapli (Uncle Bill the Umbrella Bird), is about an umbrella bird who cannot read. With the help of his sister, he learns some very interesting tricks and something new happens.
Pyèv, Oli (Ollie the Octopus), is about an octopus that has a vivid imagination. Children explore the fun of make believe through this tale
Igwàn, Izabèl (Isabelle the Iguana) is about an iguana who wants to be like the singer Madonna. Children marvel at the way that the other iguanas and even the storyteller respond to her..