Tuesday, April 23, 2013

VeggieTales' The Little House That Stood {Review}

VeggieTales is a family favorite around our house.  We are long time collectors of this wonderful Christian series of videos created for young children.  Their hilarious antics get us every time, while teaching a valuable lesson in the video.  The Little House That Stood didn't disappoint in continuing that comedy pleasing tradition.

The Little House That Stood teaches the Parable of the Wise and Foolish Builders by relating the lesson to the Three Little Pigs story that most children know by heart.   This story teaches children how to make good choices.  It teaches them that when they follow God's paths chosen for them, they can withstand anything.

An added bonus is the story "The Good Egg of Gooseville" which tells the classic story of Humpty Dumpty and how he cracked his shell.  A new silly song is also introduced in this video called Happy Tooth Day.  Many more additional features are also included for viewers to enjoy.

We really love this video, as we love all VeggieTales movies.  The catchy tunes have been sung around our house for weeks and all of my children from youngest to oldest enjoy watching it.

You can purchase your copy online or in store today for around $14.99.  You can find additional activities and a discussion guide on the website to extend your enjoyment of this wonderful children's video.  Don't forget to like VeggieTales on Facebook and follow on Twitter!

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