March 31, 2013

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The Little House That Stood #VeggieTales #Easter

Just in time for Easter, VeggieTales is releasing THE LVeggieTales story premiering on DVD and available at Walmart on Tuesday, March 5, that your readers and their families are sure to love. I’m hoping you can help spread the word that THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT STOOD is not only a delightfully funny new story but one that also teaches children valuable life lessons.

THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT STOOD reunites fans with popular VeggieTales characters including:

  • Larry the Cucumber – Goofy, green and always a little bit silly!
  • Bob The Tomato – He’s the practical one who likes to make sure there’s a lesson to learn, but always gets pulled into Larry’s silliness! 
  • Jr. Asparagus – This little 6-year-old Veggie is full of fun and reminds us that little guys can do big things too! 
  • Plus – The French Peas, Madame Blueberry, AND MORE!

THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT STOOD parodies two popular nursery rhymes - The Three Little Pigs and Humpty Dumpty - to help impart valuable life lessons.   The Three Little Pigs meet the Wise and Foolish builders and learn that by making good choices, they can build a house that will stand against any storm!  In the “The Good Egg of Gooseville” we find out what happens BEFORE Humpty cracks, in a good neighbor story where we learn why it’s a nice to lend a little hand to those in need.

If you have a Christian household and want to raise your children with Christian values, you know how hard it is to find movies that are enjoyable for children with Christian values through the movie!  With VeggieTales, you can be assured that children are not only exposed to nice wholesome stories, but valuable lessons that will last a lifetime.  It is  important to impart good values to your children as early as possible. In today’s society, that’s not always easy.

This is an adorable movie that will surely delight children of all ages!

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