Rabbit Ears: Treasury of Storybook Classics Vol. 1

Rabbit Ears: Treasury of Storybook Classics Vol. 1

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Rabbit Ears: Treasury of Storybook Classics, Vol. 1 features timeless and clever characters—read by your favorite stars and featuring original music by some of today’s greatest artists.

Pecos Bill (24:10)
Read by Robin Williams, Original Music by Ry Cooder
Join in some Wild West escapades with the original cowboy, Pecos Bill.  Raised by coyotes, Pecos rides his wild mustang, invents the first rough-and-tumble cattle drive, and mounts a runway cyclone to create the Great Salt Lake.

Puss in Boots (21:31)
Read by Tracey Ullman, Original Music by Jean Luc Ponty
When his dearly departed father leaves him only a tomcat, Claude feels short-changed and tries to do away with his feline inheritance.  The cat, however, devises a plan to save himself by promising to transform his owner, Claude, into a noble prince.

Download mp3 audio sample (2.98 MB)

Rabbit Ears: Treasury of Storybook Classics, Vol. 1 features timeless and clever characters—read by your favorite stars and featuring original music by some of today’s greatest artists.

Pecos Bill (24:10)
Read by Robin Williams, Original Music by Ry Cooder
Join in some Wild West escapades with the original cowboy, Pecos . . . Show More >

Download mp3 audio sample (2.98 MB)

Rabbit Ears: Treasury of Storybook Classics, Vol. 1 features timeless and clever characters—read by your favorite stars and featuring original music by some of today’s greatest artists.

Pecos Bill (24:10)
Read by Robin Williams, Original Music by Ry Cooder
Join in some Wild West escapades with the original cowboy, Pecos Bill.  Raised by coyotes, Pecos rides his wild mustang, invents the first rough-and-tumble cattle drive, and mounts a runway cyclone to create the Great Salt Lake.

Puss in Boots (21:31)
Read by Tracey Ullman, Original Music by Jean Luc Ponty
When his dearly departed father leaves him only a tomcat, Claude feels short-changed and tries to do away with his feline inheritance.  The cat, however, devises a plan to save himself by promising to transform his owner, Claude, into a noble prince.

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