Monday, July 23, 2007
A real cool Yusaf
My first exposure to Cat Stevens wasn't his work on the Harold and Maude soundtrack. Nor was it his version of the song "Morning Has Broken," which we sang in church on Sundays. It was from a book aimed at really little kids called Teaser and the Firecat.
I didn't know there was an animated cartoon made from it, but a YouTube user did. Sadly, he's disabled the embedding feature, so you're going to have to click here to watch the cartoon, whose narration appears word for word in the book and which is pretty darn fun besides.