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Gina Marie Tortorici
Stanley is an imaginative and creative little boy who loves to make simple drawings of his favorite animals. His parents and his older brother can't see or hear the conversations he has with his talking pet goldfish, Dennis. As Stanley's closest adviser, Dennis serves as a guide who shows Stanley the life of animals through his "Big Book of Everything". Written by
This show is great, with an interesting premise - a smart fish that teaches his young owner science through the "great big book of everything" (or something like that!), which makes any science subject spring to life in 3-D. The fish humorously has an English accent and is a very brainy fish, which makes the whole setup pretty cute. Plus he's got a nice dry sense of humor. The shows theme is also very neat. The animation is simple but effective and seeing Stanley trying to get the creatures discussed back into the book before his parents open the door is great. This is one of those shows that help you spend precious quality time with your kids.
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