Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Veggie Tales "The Penniless Princess" Review and Giveaway

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"Whatever is true, pure and lovely…practice these things.” – Phillippians 4:8

When Little Bit was very small I tried hard to ban all screen time. We severely limited what and how much he watched. As he has gotten older we have eased up on that rule. Although he watches more than he used to we still filter what he watches. With many shows that are supposed to be "kid friendly" I am quite frankly horrified by their content. One series that I always like and can count on to be okay for Little Bit is Veggie Tales.

Earlier this week we were blessed with a copy of the newest Veggie Tales movie, "The Penniless Princess." Here is Little Bit's reaction to a new Veggie Tales movie.

The latest Veggie Tales is a reinterpretation of the classic story the Little Princess. I loved this classic when I was a child and honestly was pretty excited to watch "The Penniless Princess." Little Bit is a two and a half year old boy. With that being said he enjoyed large portions of this movie. He was intrigued by the veggies and all of the songs. When the story focused around the little girl he lost interest.

I loved the movie. I loved the story and even cried during parts of it. Yes, I'm a crier but this was heart wrenching stuff! I also really liked the message that the movie presented. The reoccurring theme was  to act in a way that is pleasing to God even during the most difficult of circumstances. The movie presented the story through the classic story but also through references to the Bible and the story of Job.

"The Penniless Princess" releases on August 11 at Christian retailers and everywhere else on August 14th.

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  1. The kids love Big River Rescue

  2. My Grandson loves Veggie Tales. I think God Made You Special

  3. I love Veggie Tales because like you said, what they show on most kids shows these days is horrifying. I can trust that Veggie Tales will be silly and fun and appropriate. I love Lord of the Bean! CJ loves all of the Minnesota Cuke movies. We are also obsessed with the Silly Songs with Larry CD.

  4. My daughter loves Jonah!

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  5. I love the Lord of the Beans...I just laughed constantly!

  6. We like The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's