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FRANNY'S FEET

What to know: A 2D animated series for pre-schooler's that tell exciting stories of a little girl whose fantastic feet take her on magical adventures when she tries on shoes in her grandfather's repair shop.
FRANNY
Recommended age 2-5
28 minutes
DVD
DECODE ENTERTAINMENT INC.
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FRANNY
Franny's shoes take Franny on a journey to other lands. Her sweet-tempered personality and voice make this appealing to watch and listen to. Offers an interactive segment in each story where children can play along. There are several subtle yet strong messages children will pick up and most parents will appreciate such as frugality. I.e.. Don't buy a shirt when you can sew on a button. Creativity is encouraged. "The most wonderful presents are the ones you make yourself since they come from the heart." This is a great message for preschoolers because they tend to be intensely creative. It also offers age appropriate activities such as Franny giving detailed explanations of Japanese words and words from the Savannah such as "kopie," which are big rocky hills in the Savannah. The second episode teaches simple science, teaching symbiotic relationships like bug-eating birds and rhinos who need bugs kept away from them. Music is great; animation is clear with beautiful and soft colors. The animation and production qualities were not that exceptional. However, the approach to Franny's adventures, were very interesting and educational. The grandfather figure and their relationship was also filled with lessons' learned related to resolving conflict and learning to get along with each other.
A 2D animated series for pre-schooler's that tell exciting stories of a little girl whose fantastic feet take her on magical adventures when she tries on shoes in her grandfather's repair shop.
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