My family has LOVED Veggie Tales since the big kids were little … We haven’t really kept up with the “newer” ones after the stories were based more on modern stories – but we have the one based on the Wizard of Oz and the 2 Christmas ones, the Easter one, and Minnesota Cuke. It’s been a while though since we got a new Veggie Tale movie.
This month I have the privilege of reviewing THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT STOOD, and I was reminded how much Veggie Tales suits my sense of humor – besides giving the kids something good to watch. Annie-Belle (age 12), MiMi (age 3), and I sat down last night to watch this DVD … and we watched it twice. We all liked it a lot! We also enjoyed the 2nd story, an adaptation of Mother Goose fairy tales … which reveals why Humpty Dumpty truly cracked! 🙂
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When the Three Little Pigs roll into Cabbageville looking to build some new houses, they meet one builder with a plan and two without a clue! Larry builds with hay, Mr. Lund with bricks, and only Bob builds his house on a firm foundation – following the wise plans from the Master Builder’s Handbook. Will the Little Pigs make the right choices when it comes to building their houses – and their lives – on solid ground? Find out in the parable that shows kids when they follow God’s blueprints, then can stand strong when the storm comes!
Sound like something your family might enjoy?? I get to give away one copy of this DVD!!! 🙂 Just leave a comment that you’d like to be entered for this give-away, and I’ll choose a winner on Sunday, March 17!
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