Errol badly wants his Science project to win first place. He finally thought about the Rainbow Maker Project when he met Sunday, a jovial girl, who fell from a broken rainbow. Sunday needs his help to save their worlds from being parched; and Errol cunningly needs her - or her greatest possession - to help him win in his Science project. The challenge is on to pass their formidable projects.
Santi loses his lisp when a waif looking boy named Tiago intrudes his bedroom. Cielo struggles to win the spirit of a grumpy retired educator who resides in a home for the aged. Odi, the boy who never the sees the sun, finds an unexpected friendship with a wolf. Three different tales of three diverse characters are interwoven as they embark in a journey to their desired dreams.
Tonton wakes up one morning and finds himself and his pet dog, Kaloy, trapped in his tiny bedroom of his half-submerged two-storey house. A killer typhoon washes out the entire village. His tender age of ten, his skinny brown body, and his inability to hear and speak – these personal attributes of his do not hinder him in surviving the wrath of nature. Will they escape from the perils of nature?
I never thought that very, very (as in extremely) short stories can still be interesting. My favorite stories here so far are Bi-Grizzly and Hey Mama. I love the humor in Bi-Grizzly; and I love the twist in Hey Mama which initially brought me in the brink of tears but then brought me smiling in the end of story.