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The Day Henry Met 

Everyday Henry meets something new - The day Henry met a Whale!, The day Henry met the Moon!, The day Henry met a Car. How exciting, I wonder what Henry's going to meet today?
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Everyday Henry meets something new - The day Henry met a Whale!, The day Henry met the Moon!, The day Henry met a Car. How exciting, I wonder what Henry's going to meet today?

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Ireland

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English

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13 July 2015 (Ireland) See more »

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Wigglywoo Productions See more »
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Creative, Imaginative and Fun!
26 October 2017 | by rannynmSee all my reviews

This creative animated series left me feeling intrigued the entire time. I enjoyed watching Henry act as an inquisitive 4-year-old. I am a little jealous because he is so intelligent and I wish I was that intelligent when I was 4! Throughout the series, I couldn't wait to see what Henry would encounter next.

Henry is a young boy who desires to learn something new in his everyday life. In each episode, Henry meets a new object and his imagination comes to life when he puts the object to use. He finds a soccer ball and acts as a referee, finds a shield and acts as a knight and even acts as a deep sea diver, swimming alongside marine life. The best part is, Henry builds so many friendships and everyone he meets is eager to help him find the answers to his questions.

Steve Austin, the series animator, makes the setting and characters look incredibly realistic, since they aren't picture-perfect. The animation looks pencil sketched, which makes the series more relatable, since nothing in life is perfect. Susan Broe, the series producer, incorporates a multitude of family-friendly themes to make this series fun for everyone to watch.

The music in the series is centralized with an orchestra, which is very calming for young kids and was for me also. It's very unique, which I greatly admire, because most TV shows today have similar types of music. My favorite episode is called, "A Parrot." Henry meets a parrot, begins talking to him and finds out it's his 101st birthday. He tells Henry about his famous grandfather parrot, which is hilarious because parrots aren't usually famous. It reminded me of going into pet stores and seeing talking parrots.

The message of the series is to explore everything life has to offer and to be nice to everyone you meet. Henry is grateful for his life and treats everyone with compassion and respect, which is what everyone should do. I give this show 5 out of 5 stars, recommend it to kids ages 6 to 18 and adults would enjoy it too. I love how every object comes to life in Henry's imagination and the unique plot had me on the edge of my seat the entire time.

Reviewed by Samantha M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.


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