My kids are getting older and I’m getting sad at the though of them outgrowing VeggieTales. It’s been such a big part of our lives for the last nine years, that I just can’t fathom it ever going away for us.
My 5-yr-old, fortunately, still loves Larry the Cucumber and all his buddies. With their new DVD, Robin Good, how can you not? VeggieTales: Robin Good and His Not-So-Merry Men is a fun parody that features plenty of high-energy, family-friendly music, including a new Silly Song with a theme that was selected through a recent online fan contest. The episode also includes the animated short, “Lenny & the Lost Birthday,” which also helps teach lessons about handling hurt and forgiveness. If you’re a proud “Veg Head,” like us, we’ve got your chance to win a copy!
A long time ago, in the faraway town of Bethlingham, roved a band of merry men, led by the fearless Robin Good. Their mission: to help people by fundraising from the rich and giving to the poor! But when a greedy Prince starts stealing the townspeople’s hams, donations are down and Robin’s friends take off and decide to give robbing from the rich a try. Feeling rejected, Robin thinks things can’t get any worse, until he finds out that the ham-hoarding Prince has also captured his friends. Can Robin overcome his own hurt, rescue his friends and restore the townspeople’s hope? Find out in this fun Veggie story where kids learn that there’s no hurt too big for God!
This particular DVD has been an amazing one to watch with my little guy. He has been fighting a LOT with his older brother. As their Mom, I see that there is a four year difference and my oldest just isn’t interested in doing the same things as his little brother. According to my preschooler, he’s just being mean and hurtful.
There is a great little short segment that taught my guy about how to handle hurt.
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Oh and not to mention the DVD is based on HAM. That was a total winner for my ham eater. He even turned to me after it was over and said, “Mom. Can you imagine? What would you do if someone told you we couldn’t have ham anymore?”You’ve GOT to see the DVD to understand how hilarious this question was to me watching my preschooler and his serious face.
Look for VeggieTales: Robin Good in stores now for the suggested retail price of $14.93. Deal Alert: Amazon.com has Robin Good for only $10.93!
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