Review and Giveaway: VeggieTales The Penniless Princess

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My kids are big fans of VeggieTales. They love the funny characters, the catchy music and the great stories. I feel good knowing that my kids are being exposed to God's word and meaningful lessons that they can carry with them. The newest VeggieTales DVD, The Penniless Princess - God's Little Girl, is a DVD you will want to add to your collection, particularly if you have a little princess at home. The Penniless Princess will be released in Christian retailers on August 11th and to all other stores that carry DVDs on August 14th. You can also purchase the DVD on the VeggieTales website here for $14.99.

From the back cover: Sweet Sara Crewe has everything a little girl could want - a loving family, lots of friends and a closet full of frilly dresses! But when life takes a turn and Sara goes from riches to rags, will she realize that her true worth lies not in what she has, but what's in her heart? Find out in this inspiring new story from VeggieTales based on the beloved classic novel "A Little Princess," that reminds kids who they are in God's eyes.

Here is a sneak peek:

There are some wonderful lessons in The Penniless Princess, as Sara learns that her worth is not dependent on circumstances. She is worthy because she is God's princess and that doesn't change like her social status. I like how the DVD managed to teach about the story of Joseph as our kids were recently learning about his life at church.

In addition to the engaging story, The Penniless Princess is packed with extras such as Singalong Songs, a tour of London and a discussion guide. There is also a new Silly Song, Best Friends Forever which you will be singing along to in no time.
The lovable VeggieTales characters really hold a child's attention. 


Even my two year old who is too young to get most of the messages, still enjoys watching and hearing the fun songs.



Thanks to our friends at VeggieTales, you can win your very own copy of The Penniless Princess to share with your little ones. Rules and entry are below. Good luck!  Open only to US residents.

Disclosure:  I was sent this product for review.  All opinions expressed are my own. I received no monetary compensation for this review.

Vicky
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18 comments:

  1. My favorite is going to our sunday service and singing up from the grave he arose!!! But having our bunny cake & looking for eggs ranks up there too =-)
    Beth

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  2. the easter egg hunt for the grandchildren and a big ham feast for dinner
    mverno@roadrunner.com

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  3. We go to Easter services, have the egg hunt then big family dinner!

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  4. We don't really have any Easter traditions. It's not a Holiday we celebrate in general. I teach my children their true worth is based on them always striving to do their best and be honest.
    masugr at yahoo dot com

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  5. Your button is at http://devotedmommyof3.blogspot.com. Following on Pinterest as http://pinterest.com/lterek/. Follow GFC as Liz Terek.

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  6. Just going to church and going out to a nice brunch afterwards
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  7. Pinterest: cezovski9
    GFC: Carolsue
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  8. On Easter we always have a Easter egg hunt for the kids.
    mintstatesportswear(at)juno(dot)com

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  9. not much here, just baskets and egg hunt - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  10. I follow on GFC as erica c.
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. Easter Egg Hunt For Sure I Love it

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  12. Follow On GFC Darlene Ysaguirre

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  13. Our tradition is attending church on Easter morning. debsweeps4 @ yahoo.com

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  14. We color eggs on the Saturday prior to Easter!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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