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Our reviews of Handy Manny: Big Race (published April 30th, 2010), Handy Manny: Manny's Green Team (published April 9th, 2009), Handy Manny: Manny's Pet Roundup (published August 20th, 2008), Handy Manny's Motorcycle Adventure (published December 9th, 2009), and Handy Manny: Tooling Around (published August 21st, 2007) are also available.
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When something breaks in your house or place of business, what do you do? Fix it yourself?!? You're kidding, right? Look at you. You can barely put your pants on in the morning, let alone tell the difference between a hex wrench and a distributor cap. So before you accidentally saw off your index finger, get on the phone and give Handy Manny (Wilmer Valderrama, That '70s Show) and his box of talking tools a call.
Yes, Handy Manny, the soft-spoken, bilingual repairman who travels around town taking care of odd jobs with his assortment of talking tools and their distinct personalities. Each episode presents Manny with a new challenge that will display such delightful concepts as teamwork and creativity and friendship.
Here are five more episodes worth of repairs and smiles!
• "Fixing it Right"
• "Felipe Strikes Out"
• "Pat's Big Idea"
• "Rusty to the Rescue"
• "Detective Dusty"
If you're looking to ease your kid into a foreign language and you want that language to be Spanish, here's an option for you. Handy Manny is a nice little slice of animation, with each episode running about 10 minutes, and featuring a Very Special Life Lesson. The animation is simple and colorful and attractive and should appeal to younger viewers.
Full frame and 2.0 stereo (English and Spanish languages) are the technical specs and the only extra is an interactive game.
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