Buck Denver Asks... Why Do We Call It Christmas? Movie Review/Giveaway

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About the movie: Approx. 60 minutes

Cutting down trees? Hanging stockings? Santa Claus? What do any of these have to do with Jesus' birthday?  More than you'd think! 
Join VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer along with intrepid newsman Buck Denver and all his friends on an amazing journey into the world's most popular holiday! Sure, you know the Christmas story. But do you know the story of Christmas? Don't miss the whimsical, educational, Christmical party to end all Christmas parties as Buck Denver Asks … Why Do We Call It Christmas? 
Contains the following topics:
-Where do we get the word Christmas?
-When was Jesus born?
-What do Christmas trees have to do with Jesus?
-Who is St. Nicholas?
-What is Hanukkah?
-Who is Emmanuel?
-Luke 2 Story

Official Website: Click here!

My Review:

I have watched this movie at least six times since I received it! My daughter is in love with it and I am sure we will watch it even after Christmas is over. It is a fun little movie filled with big truths. There are puppets that teach your child all about Christmas in a fun way that they will enjoy. I am not sure my daughter has gotten much out of it because she is young but she sure loves it. It is a great movie to watch with the family.

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  1. Yes my daughter knows all about the reason for Christmas. Thank you


  3. Yes we do talk about it with our kids!

  4. Im a grandma now and I always told my children and now my randchildren about the true meaning of Christmas

  5. Yes, we do discuss the meaning of Christmas.

  6. yes one year when they were not greatful for what they got

  7. Yes, we talk about the meaning of Christmas.

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  8. We talk about it every year! We spend time reading the story from the bible.

  9. My daughter is to young to really understand the true meaning of Christmas, but I'm going to make sure that she knows what Christmas is really about. It's really important!!