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Franny's Feet is about a 5 year old girl who visits her Grandfather's shoe repair shop and tries on a pair of shoes. The shoes take her on an adventure related to the shoes (for example, if she tries on shoes from ancient Egypt, she will go to ancient Egypt). The show is aimed at children 3 to 7.
Great animation that promotes imagination over eye candy!
Franny's Feet is about a darling of a five year old who regularly visits her Grandpa at his shoe repair shop. Using her imagination she tries on different pairs of shoes brought in by customers to be fixed by Grandpa and her imagination takes her on an amazing journey related to the pair of shoes! Each episode is only about 11 minutes and is followed by a 3 minute segment where Franny plays a game identifying objects related to the story.
The animation is colourful and uses both pencil artwork and a kind of paper cutout style that is a welcome throwback to older techniques (vs the widespread CGI-animation used nowadays). The theme music is also very catchy.
Franny's journeys take her from country to country and should entertain anyone. This show is tailored for ages 3-7, though I would say it can be enjoyed by all ages.
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