Veggietales The Little House That Stood Review/Giveaway

VeggieTales is about to release another great movie! The Little House That Stood will be released on March 5, 2013. I am blessed and was able to get a copy early to review. Christine and I watched it this morning and really enjoyed it.
The movie had stories in it like Little Red Riding Hood and Humpty Dumpty. Larry and Bob, a tomato and cucumber, tell the stories. They are teaching kids the lessons in making bad and good choices and decisions. There are lots of songs to keep kids entertained and teach them. If you have never seen a VeggieTale movie then I should let you know that they usually try to teach kids from the bible. The movies teach them morals and lessons by using vegetables to do it. They really are the best and cutest movies ever. The new one is just as awesome as the other ones. 
If you would like to order it please go to VeggieTales. You can find out more information on the movies there as well. 
If you would like to enter to win a copy please enter below. Good luck!!

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  1. Yes, the whole family does. My stepdad uses them for Sunday School also.

  2. Yes, I so love the Veggie Tales movies, they're really cute and I don't have to worry about them having anything inappropriate in them. They really teach kids good lessons.

  3. No, we dont' currently own any Veggie Tales movies, but I will look for them now that I know what they are!

  4. We love Veggies at our house and own quite a few of them!

  5. I use Veggie Tales movies for Sunday School and other church of events as well as to entertain my grandchildren, so I have most of the movies.