Guess what releases today?? The newest VeggieTales! The lastest DVD is called The Little House that Stood.
My boys (especially my middle one) loves VeggieTales. We have several of the DVDs, and they will watch them over and over. We have a Christmas set and he will watch it all years. VeggieTales is one of the few shows I don't mind watching with them. It is interesting and funny.
All VeggieTales DVDs come with great messages based on biblical principles, and teaches us how to treat others, and how to be good citizens. Plus it has fun music, and jokes aimed at parents. My niece and nephews used to watch it when they were small and started eating their veggies because of VeggieTales. Our boys love Silly Songs with Larry, the part of the show where Larry comes out and sings a silly song. It's usually very very silly.
About The Little House That Stood
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. Lunt with bricks, but only Bob builds his houses on a firm foundation - following the wise plans from the Master Builder's Handbook! Will the Little Piggies make the right choices when it comes to building their houses - and their lives - on solid ground? Find out in this parable that shows kids when they follow God's blueprints, then can stand strong when the storms come!
I like that they parallel a fable kids would know about with biblical principals that we believe in and want to teach our kids.
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