Singular Studios

Shuey and the Self-Swapping Shoes

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Meet Shuey Schuster, a boy who's so plain he thinks he can't accomplish anything. That's about to change when he
comes across the Self-Swapping Shoes...

Follow Shuey's hilarious and riveting adventure, as he finds out that being in someone else's shoes doesn't go
exactly as he expected- right up to the gripping climax, as Shuey finally understands the truth of the words of
R' Yisrael Salanter: "Hashem wants your head, your middos, and your heart."

Featuring 3 hours runtime, 3 original songs, and a guest appearance by R' Yoel Ferber as his character Steve from
The Steve Story- this is an adventure you don't want to miss, and you might even to be able to say
'Self-Swapping Shoes' ten times fast after you listen to it.

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Yaakov R.
United States United States

Great lesson brought out in awesome way!!

Humor is out of this world. Very captivating for kids and adults.

Aharon C.
United States United States


I hope they produce many more entertaining Stories like this one… With a great message!

Devorah W.
United States United States


There are not enough stars to share how top of the line awesome this Shuey story is! When I first got it, I thought it was just like every other story album out there. But my kids have been listening to it on repeat day after day laughing each time and singing along. My 2 year old walks through the house singing the ice cream song. The sound effects are beyond impressive and there are some parts that are really funny! Well done well done!!! Warning, you may find yourself listening along in the background and getting a good laugh when you chop some of the jokes thrown in there. You may also find yourself humming along some of the silly songs as you go about the day.... this stuff is catchy, lol! My favorite part (shhh don't tell my kids) is that its really a story teaching abt jealousy of everyone else and that really we have to be happy with the talents Hashem gave tsilor made for us... but my kids don't feel like they're listening to a mussar schmooze. Yet any time they start with "It's not fair that he has..." I look at then and say - uh oh let's go get some Shuey Self swapping shoes!" And they smile (and roll their eyes) but they "get it". We need more productions like this! I can't wait for the next one to come out (cuz we've listened to this one so many times I need a replacement ).

United States United States


And he does it again... incredible culmination of talent and humor, delighting kids and adults alike with his wisdom, wit and charm Way to go!!

a L.
United States United States


The quality and quantity of this album is beyond normal. Every line has a joke or a pun that can't even be picked up on the first time around. As an adult, I literally cried from laughter at some parts (like the phone call to the Shoefly store). The chinuch lesson is great: try being in someone else's shoes and you'll see that things are not what they seem from the outside. Be the best version of yourself with the tools that Hashem gave you.