Monday, February 25, 2013

Veggie Tales: The Little House That Stood

Our family has been a fan of Veggie Tales since its inception in the early 90s. Back then we had toddlers and loved the Biblical values that the show provided.

Not much has changed since then except that the toddlers are now teenagers who still love a visit with Bob and Larry on occasion.

This latest release, The Little House That Stood, brought back a rush of memories from the opening song (though shortened) to the ending tag line:
 "God made you special and He loves you very much."

This DVD has two stories and a Silly Song. The first story is about the wise man who builds his house on the rock and the second story is about helping your neighbors. Both have the charm and humor that appeals to children and adults. Some of the one-liners made me laugh out loud.

A welcome addition to the Veggie Tales line. This is one not to be missed.

This was provided for review by Flyby Promotions and Propeller Marketing.
 You can learn more about this new story here. 
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They are also having a giveaway, leave a comment telling me what your favorite Silly Song is for a chance to win a copy of this new release!

8 comments:

Cafe Lily Book Reviews said...

My all time favorite Silly Song has to be "the bunny, the bunny, oh I hate the bunny"...... :)

If I win this giveaway, I am giving it away again to a friend of mine with a grandson :)

Kristin Odell said...

Our kids love The Cheeseburger Song :)

April Aldstadt said...

Elijah's pick is Larry's High Silk Hat! He loves that one! I really like The Dance of The Cucumber. We are watching our silly songs video now :)

Jenn Pollard said...

Oh where is my hairbrush?!?! :) I still sing it when I've misplaced my hairbrush. :) Reeds fave is not a "silly song" but he LOVES when junior sings the "Little Drummer Boy" on the "Little Drummer Boy" dvd. He calls it the "bum bum" song. :)

lifewith4walls said...

How can I choose just 1?!? But if I must, "I Love My Lips" is my favorite!!

I was just looking at this DVD the other day, would love to win it for the kiddos!

Lara Davis said...

"O, Where Is My Hairbrush?" is my favorite. I actually sing this song quite often. My daughter borrows my stuff, and she doesn't always put it back.

Charlene said...

Definitely "Oh, where is my hairbrush" We change the lyrics quite frequently based upon what is currently missing.

Suzanne said...

Charlene, you win :)