Veggie Tales have been a staple in our house since the first day my son discovered them. Our family has purchased every video the day it is released. We have memorized the the words to the theme song, know the difference between Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and Mr. Lunt. Through the years the format has slightly changed (Qwerty has received an upgrade) but the good old fashioned values have remained…and that keeps us coming back for more!
So, when I received an email asking if we wanted to review the newest episode, our answer was “ABSOLUTELY!” The kids loved being able to see this before it was released. This story is based upon Matthew 7:24-27 with a twist of The Three Little Pigs. Great story, great value, great video. And don’t forget about Silly Song with Larry. Happy Toothday to you!
If you want to buy the video, it’s going to be available on Tuesday, March 5, 2013!
When three little pigs stroll into town looking for building contractors, they meet one with a plan – and two without a clue. Larry the Cucumber builds with hay and Mr. Lunt with bricks. Only Bob the Tomato follows plans from the Master Builder’s Handbook. Each pig is particular, but are their choices good ones?
Starring all of your favorite VeggieTales® characters, The Little House That Stood is a parable of the wise and foolish builders that turns the story of the three little pigs on its head! Plus, the bonus story The Good Egg of Gooseville reveals what happened before Humpty Dumpty cracked!
- Run Time: 45 Minutes
- Released: 03/05/2013
- Format: DVD
- UPC: 820413128999
- Cost: $14.99 from various retailers
AND, want to know the best news ever?
I have a copy to giveaway to one lucky reader!!! Since I’m traveling I am not using Rafflecopter for this. SO, you can enter by leaving a comment below. Share your favorite Veggie Tales show, character…or just say HEY! We will put names in a bowl and draw a winner on Friday, March 8, 2013.
*** AND the winner is comment #3 – Debbie Jackson! Congratulations!!!
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