A) Franny's travels to Tibet, where she meets Rinchen, a young girl and her herd of yaks. Rinchen must find a way to keep her herd together. When Franny meets Nat, a talkative young yak, she convinces him to talk the other yaks back into the herd. In Franny's Treasures, the audience learns about traditional clothing worn around the world. B) Franny travels to South America and lands in the middle of a race between a tortoise, a hare, and a very slow sloth named Susan. Franny tries help Susan run faster, but soon discovers that Susan only entered the race so the others would like her. Franny convinces her that she doesn't have to pretend to be something she's not in order to be liked. In Franny's Treasures, viewers pair opposites, such as slow and fast, light and heavy, and hot and cold.