It is very difficult to find Creole literature outside of Louisiana. Griolet presents stories in Cajun or Creole French as they have been told generation by generation in the following categories:
(doctors and ailments),
la nature et les animaux
(nature and animals),
le djab et le bon djeu
(the devil and God), and
(Creole stories). These stories could be used in class for a study of Creole folklore, literature, and language.
New Orleans Stories
, edited by John Miller and Genevieve Anderson, contains a variety of stories by famous authors with the setting and/or theme being New Orleans. Many, if not all of these stories can be used in class for students to experience Creole culture and life.