Frantzley is an eight year old boy from the village of Nan Dal near Galette Chambon. He lives with his mother, father, and four sisters. His parents do not have any dependable source of income. They often work in the gardens as share croppers, but when there is a draught or hurricane, they lose their produce and don’t make much money. Two of Frantzley’s sisters are sponsored, and one is not old enough for school yet. Last year, Frantzley’s father was given a goat to take care of as a gift from a neighbor. In August, his father sold the goat so that he could pay for Frantzley’s tuition to go to school. He is not sure how he will pay for Frantzley’s school next year, but he is praying that Frantzley gets a sponsor so he doesn’t have to worry about it anymore. It is hard enough to just worry about how he is going to feed his family. He is thankful that they do eat at school. When Frantzley isn’t at school, he enjoys playing with other children and helping his father in the garden. His favorite subject in school is Creole and when he grows up he wants to become a teacher.