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The Japanese folktale about a little boy and his cats who vanquish a demon and restore prosperity to the land. A Rabbit Ears Presents selection.
Audio, 1 page
Published October 1st 1991 by Rabbit Ears (first published 1991)
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Ronyell
When I first saw "The Fisherman and his Wife," I thought that that was the scariest Rabbit Ears story ever, until I stumbled upon "The Boy Who Drew Cats."

This story is about a young boy who have always drew cats, but then his village is attacked by a demon and the boy soon realizes that his gift of drawing cats might be the very thing to save his village from the demon.

William Hurt's narration is intense and brooding, giving the right eerie feel to this tale and Mark Isham's Japanese influenced
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Madimeier
This book is about a little Japanese boy who pretty weak and small and because of this he was not able to do much farm work. His parents decided to take him to the village temple where he worked and lived with a priest. The boy ended up having an obsession of drawing cats everywhere. The priest got upset with him because all he did was draw cats so he sent him home. The boy drew cats all the time any place he wanted. He became a great artist and some of his cat drawings are shown to travelers in ...more
Brooklyn Schamens
This book is about a young boy who is weak and small, yet very bright and clever. The boys parents decided to bring him to the village temple to work with a priest. All the boy wanted to do was draw cats and the priest became very upset with him and sent him back. The boy began to draw cats all of the time back at home.
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