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VEGGIE TALES: SILLY LITTLE THING CALLED LOVE.

What to know: This classic collection of Veggie Tales favorites teaches about several different forms of love.
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Recommended age 5-8
80 minutes
DVD
GAIAM VIVENDI ENTERTAINMENT
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It was pretty exciting because I liked all the Veggie Tales episodes on the DVD. I liked the obstacle course in the one with the knight. Some of the characters were bad guys so they had to treat the other ones bad. We learned that God loves you. Very much. The silly songs really were silly. My favorite was "I Love my Lips!" because it was funny. My friends would like this because it's fun to watch. I liked how it sounded because there were no crackly noises, and the images were clear.
The Old Testament story of Ruth is told in "Duke and the Great Pie War." While the story addresses romantic love, it also highlights love for family. In "Madam Blueberry," we learn that material things don't bring happiness, but loving God does. While the stories are great, the segments in between the stories are just as good. Kids and parents will find themselves singing along to the silly love songs including, "Endangered Love," "His Cheeseburger," "Love My Lips!," and "The Bunny Song." The vegetables also interview young children (vegetables) about the meaning of love. Their actions and answers are just like children you might find in your own life, and will have you laughing as you appreciate their candid definitions of love. "Veggie Tales: Silly Little Thing Called Love" exhibits cinematographic and musical excellence. It promotes a balanced appreciation of self and others as well as service to and compassion for others.
This classic collection of Veggie Tales favorites teaches about several different forms of love. "The Story of Fibber-O-Loo" presents the parable of the good Samaritan in a Dr. Seuss-esque format that keeps you laughing as you learn about loving your neighbor.
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