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Akiro, a young Japanese boy, drew only cats. Cats, cats and more cats! No matter what he was asked to do, all he did was draw cats everywhere, and this artistic tendency led to an adventure for him one day - an adventure that would change his life.

Music & Sound: 3 Brothers & A Violin; Vocals: Upagna Pandya

©2009 Karadi Tales (P)2020 Karadi Tales

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my daughter loves this story and listens over and over again. she also likes the music that goes with it

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  • Brian in Lexington KY
  • 21-09-20

Nicely underscored throughout with Asian music

This brief tale begins with an atmosphere-setting minute of pleasant music. There are occasional musical interludes during pauses in the narration, and there is one complete song that is not part of the original story.

The narrator is clear and sensitive to meaning, and he provides convincing vocal impressions of the characters, even the small boy and his mother.

The story itself doesn't amount to much more than a slightly scary statement of "There's a place in this world for everybody."

Children of any age should have no trouble following the story. There is some brief fantasy violence that all takes places "offstage."