The Boy Who Drew Cats
  • Apr 28, 2020 1:00 am
  • 57:36 mins

If you’ve ever gone through a phase where you were obsessed with a certain hobby, or if you’ve found your lifelong passion, then you’ll relate to the young boy at the center of the story, “The Boy Who Drew Cats” by Heather Forest. As you might imagine, it’s all about a young boy who knows exactly what he wants to spend his life doing: drawing cats! The problem? How can he find a time and place for his passion among his everyday, practical duties? Find out the ending to this story and more, like tales from Milbre Burch, Alan Hoal, Lona Barltett, and Joel Ben Izzy! On today’s episode, enjoy the following: Story Kickoff: “The King’s Riddles” by Joel Ben Izzy (6:52) “A Joel Story - The Muffler Pipe” by Lona Barlette (6:49) Story Spotlight:  “The Boy Who Drew Cats” by Heather Forest (10:16) Storytime: “Loyal Tiger Son” by Milbre Burch (7:40) “Hot Diggity Saves the Day” by Alan Hoal (16:04) Radio Family Journal: Tiger