“The Weasel Who Fooled  the Polygraph” is a combination of a fable and a picture book conceived as an absurd story in which the weasel is the narrator, where she and the other main characters represent very different characters, who hide their essence with false identities.

Stories and illustrations are often unrelated, that is, the illustration often shows a different event during Lasica’s descriptions. However, the key elements in the form of editing and repetition are the basic connection between text and image.