In addition to the phenomenon of articulation disorders (commonly known as stuttering), there are also more and more children with delayed speech development and stuttering, and dealing with them requires more and more space and time. We recommend the volume to them, as well as to parents, teachers, and speech therapists. It is an experience that children attending kindergarten, speech therapy, or other developmental classes also need to develop their motor skills. Many of them would like to draw, but have no sense of success in the activity. Many times, the parent also rejects the practice of fine movement (drawing, creating) at home, saying that he is not good at such things. This compilation almost guides the hand of the draftsman, as the poem's momentum, rhythmicity, description and the more detailed series of illustrations are available and can be followed in several stages. The reason for the thematic choice is children's general interest in animals, regardless of gender and age group. The advantages of the poems are that the rhymes make the recitation fluid, and by reading and listening to them, you can also acquire various other knowledge: getting to know or practicing shapes, numbers, and spatial relationships. In this way, the activity is carried out by playing, reciting rhymes, drawing, improving fine motor skills and acquiring knowledge. Parents and teachers help the creation with both the older ones and the younger ones who can't read yet. In addition to the experience of action, an additional pedagogical goal is to engage children with delayed speech development in the world of speech, or stutterers in uninterrupted communication, for whom practicing the active coordination of speech-rhythm-action is an important therapeutic element. The drawing pictures in the collection are black and white, so the child can boldly color them, thereby helping finger dexterity, learning colors, or creating their own picture book-verse book.