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The Boy Who Drew Cats (Karadi Tales)

by Anushka Ravishankar

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I found the message of this story to be very beautiful and inspiring. I also read it to my class for inspiration. The colours are all muted and look old, like they could have been from ancient Japan, so that the story has an ancient feel and is fun to read. It sends a good messages to children who are interested in art, maybe they are always drawing.
  ssho2 | Mar 16, 2015 |
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  jlange4 | Mar 16, 2015 |
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Retelling of a folktale about Akiro, a young Japanese boy, whose obsession with drawing cats leads him to an adventure that would change his life. Based on a legend about the Japanese artist Sesshu Toyo.

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