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REVIEW: VeggieTales The Little House that Stood + Coupon!

For the first time, VeggieTales has parodied popular nursery rhymes including Humpty Dumpty and The Three Little Pigs in this brand new DVD, The Little House That Stood!  This fun movie comes to stores TODAY!  My kids (and myself) really loved this movie.  Larry always cracks me up!  My 5 year old picked up that it's better to make a good choice rather than the fast easy one.  YAY :)

VeggieTales helps viewers learn lessons they will carry with them throughout their lives. The Little House that Stood is a new story that uses fun music and humor to teach children how to make good choices.   I appreciate this as a Mom with kids that need an occasional tv break :)  VeggieTales has a way of communicating values in a way that everyone can learn from AND enjoy!


Here are some ways to save on The Little House that Stood DVD:
 ·  When you purchase The Little House that Stood DVD at your local Walmart you will receive a FREE 24-piece The Little House that Stood puzzle! Plus, you can save $3 with the printable coupon above!
 · When you purchase both The Little House that Stood and The VeggieTales Bible by Zondervan you will receive a $10.00 rebate! Available at Lifeway, Family, Mardel and other Christian Retailers.


Product Detail: The Wise Pig Built His House Upon the Rock! When the Three Little Pigs roll into town looking to build some new houses, they meet one builder with a plan and two without a clue! Larry builds with hay, Mr. Lunt builds with bricks, but only Bob builds his houses on a firm foundation - following the wise plans from the "Master Builder's Handbook!" Will they choose the right builder that will keep their houses - and their lives - on solid ground? Find out in this pig's tale that shows kids that when we follow God's blueprints, we can make the right choices! PLUS: Ever wonder what happened before Humpty cracked? Find out in this very Veggie retelling of the classic Humpty Dumpty story in "The Good Egg of Gooseville". 

Runtime: 48.20 Bonus Features: - History of Mother Goose - Silly Song – Happy Tooth Day - Sing-along Song (Solid Stuff) - Discussion Guide from Focus on the Family
Also here are some related crafts you can do with your kids!
Create your own The Little House that Stood house
Create your own Characters


Comments

Unknown said…
We LOVE VeggieTales here. Love, love, love. I'm so glad I dropped by and saw this because I had no clue that they had a new movie out. I love the idea of the wise and foolish man parables combined with the 3 little pigs. Genius. Thanks for the review and coupon tip!

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