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Rabbit Ears Treasury Far East Folktales: Peachboy, The Boy Who Drew Cats

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Rabbit Ears Treasury of Far East Folktales enlightens and entertains with these stories form the Orient--read by your favorite stars and featuring original music by some of today's greatest artists.

Read by Sigourney Weaver
Original Music by Ryuichi Sakamoto

In this story, set in ancient Japan, a couple discovers a little boy inside a giant peach. Momotaro, the "Peac
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Published May 8th 2007 by Listening Library (Audio)
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Sep 05, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Excellent! It was a delight to hear both these stories. The story about the "Peachboy" was read by Sigourney Weaver with original music by Ryuichi Sakamoto. She paced herself beautifully letting the music take over in key places. The story is based on a Japanese folktale. In this story a couple discovers a boy inside a gigantic peach. He grows up very quickly and battles a band of ogres.

The second story also had wonderful music and the reader William Hurt gave the story a lot of life. In this st
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