Veggie Tales: Heroes of the Bible - Lions, Sheperd

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Sure, they may be good for a growing body, but no farm-fresh vegetable can come close to instilling the solid Christian values offered by the Veggie Tales crew, and now youngsters can enjoy three Biblical tales as seen from an entirely new perspective in this release of the popular animated series. Starting things off is Daniel and the Lion's Den, a tale of light in the darkest hour that will certainly teach youngsters the value of faith before they move on to learn other important life lessons in both Dave and ...
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Overview

Sure, they may be good for a growing body, but no farm-fresh vegetable can come close to instilling the solid Christian values offered by the Veggie Tales crew, and now youngsters can enjoy three Biblical tales as seen from an entirely new perspective in this release of the popular animated series. Starting things off is Daniel and the Lion's Den, a tale of light in the darkest hour that will certainly teach youngsters the value of faith before they move on to learn other important life lessons in both Dave and the Giant Pickle and Ester...the Girl Who Became Queen. Each of the three animated shorts are presented in 1.33:1 full-frame and feature English Dolby Digital Stereo audio with closed-captioning for the hearing impaired. Bonus materials include "Caught on Tape!" outtakes in which youngsters are cracking up while trying to discuss their favorite Bible heroes.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Caught on tape! -- Hilarious outtakes of kids saying the funniest things about their favorite Bible heroes
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
This collection reaps a bountiful harvest from the Veggie Tales crop of faith-based computer animation. The trio of stories includes "Daniel and the Lions Den" (excerpted from the video Where's God When I'm S-scared?), in which Daniel learns that even in the lion's den, he is still in God's hands (he and his newfound lion friends even share a pizza). Next, "Dave and the Giant Pickle" recasts the story of David and Goliath as a lesson in self-esteem. Discover how an ordinary girl chosen against her will to be queen finds the courage "to do what's right" for her people in "Esther: The Girl Who Became Queen." As a delicious side dish, this collection includes one of Larry the Cucumber's signature "Silly Songs," a real lip-smacking sing-along. With their all-veggie casts and Python-esque inspired silliness, these are not your garden-variety biblical epics. Adding to the fun is irresistible footage of an adorable array of multi-ethnic children offering their own interpretations of the stories.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/4/2003
  • UPC: 074645877792
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  • Source: Big Idea
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Stereo
  • Sound: stereo
  • Time: 1:15:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 40,047

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Side #1 --
   Play All
   Daniel and the Lion Den
   Dave and the Giant Pickle
   Esther
   Kid's Outtakes
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A good educational tool

    I used these stories for educational purposes with my confirmation class to demonstrate growth in faith from the perspective of a young child. They thought it was appropriate for young kids but they found it to be cheesy and "not-cool". But, those are Jr. High kids for you. I think it's a great tool for learning morals and the basics of the Bible.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Veggie Tales: Heroes of the Bible

    My son has enjoyed watching this video over and over. I really liked this video, because the humour and storylines make it interesting to watch.

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