Kirikou and The Wild Beasts
by Michel Ocelot, Bénédicte Galup
From the depths of his Blue Cave, Kirikou's Grandfather declares: "The story of Kirikou and The Witch" was too short. There was not the time to tell all that Kirikou has accomplished. For he has accomplished many fine things, which it would be wrong to forget. Listen, then, as I tell you more tales of Kirikou." And so Kirikou's Grandfather starts to tell how the clever little boy learnt to become a gardener, a detective, a maker of pottery, a merchant, a traveller and a doctor whilst remaining as ever the smallest and bravest of heroes.