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VEGGIE TALES: SAINT NICHOLAS - A STORY OF JOYFUL GIVING

What to know: Discover the history behind the Christmas holiday in this entertaining tale put on by some of the world's favorite vegetables.
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Recommended age 5-12
50 minutes
DVD
BIG IDEA PRODUCTIONS, INC.
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Using cute songs and humorous verbiage, which entertains adults and children alike, the vegetables tell the tale of a boy whose parents dedicated their lives to helping others. When they died, he set out to discover who he was and found out that his place in life was serving others. Political leaders of the day made it difficult for people to help each other so Nicholas had to come up with the sneaky ways to help others. Tapping into several world traditions, the vegetables show young and Nicholas using chimneys and shoes to provide gifts for those in need. The show defines how a love for God translates to a love for humankind. It shows how one can benefit from selflessness and demonstrates how the tradition of giving began with one individual. This detail uses humor very appropriate for its audience and exhibits cinematographic, artistic and musical excellence. The vegetable drawings are amusing and the moral values behind the title are exceptional. Not only does it brought in a child's global perspective, but it promotes service to and compassion for others.
Discover the history behind the Christmas holiday in this entertaining tale put on by some of the world's favorite vegetables. This is not your typical Mary and Joseph story. Rather it tells the tale of a little boy who eventually became known as St. Nicholas.
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