For as long as I can remember I have been a fan of Veggie Tales, as a teen I babysat and those tapes (they were VHS back then) were what came with me. I got hooked on them when I was volunteering at a children’s church camp and thought they were super cute and they had great meanings. Even with out the religion base in them the meanings and values that the Veggie Tales movies teach is important.
Recently we were sent the newest Veggies Tales DVD, The Little House that Stood. Of course I was excited from the get go because I was getting to review one of my favorite series of shows for kids. I have to say that Larry The cucumber is one very awesome character! This new DVD has 2 different episodes on it. The first one is about the 3 little pigs, a well known nursery rhyme with a twist. The 3 little pigs are all building houses and each one has a different idea of which is the best way to make a house last. In the end the one with a foundation is the one that is still standing. The second episode is “The Good Egg of Gooseville. In this episode we watch and learn about how being a good neighbor and being nice to those around you is important. Humpty gets over whelmed with helping others that he takes a vacation and realizes that being alone is not fun at all and he wants to be with those he cares about.
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