Latino stories of the trickster are told in many countries and retold to each generation because they instruct, and because they are fun. In folktales, the trickster can be the wise one or the fool, the one who fools or the one who is fooled. That is why children of all ages enjoy hearing these tales. In these four stories, told in Spanish and English, the trickster takes animal form a monkey, an opossum, a dog, and a rabbit. Storyteller Olga Loya has selected these stories from her book, Momentos MA-gicos/Magic Moments, winner of the Aesop Accolade Award and the AmA(c)ricas Commendation.