Dogs, cats, mice, horses, rabbits, wolves, lizards, hens, frogs, crickets, fishes, foxes, spiders, crows, monkeys ... Great is the Bestiary. In the stories that make up this collection, animals are protagonists. Common animals, of which an unpublished, sometimes disturbing, often fantastic side is presented. And the children, their human counterpart. Because there is a lot to tie them, to make them similar. The same unconsciousness, courage, thirst for adventure. A symbiotic relationship, sometimes destructive, complicit or antagonist. Victims and executioners at the same time. 21 surprising stories, where suspense dominates. Stories pervaded by a widespread "sense of wonder" that recalls the best short narrative by Richard Matheson and Ray Bradbury.