Veggietales: The Little House That Stood

Veggietales: The Little House That Stood
2013
Not Rated
49 minutes

Veggietales + Mother Goose rhymes = The Little House That Stood + The Good Egg of Gooseville = Lessons in Making Good Choices

The Little House That Stood is the story of The Three Pigs meets the parable of The Wise and Foolish Builders from Matthew 7:24-27. Larry and Mr. Lunt want to do things the quick and easy way, but when the floods came, the houses they built didn’t quite withstand the elements. “Strong in the ground, you stick around.” The lesson is about making our foundation strong so that when trouble comes we will be able to follow the Master’s Plan.

“PLUS!  Ever wonder what happened before Humpty cracked?  Find out in this very Veggie retelling of the classic Humpty Dumpty story “The Good Egg of Gooseville” where we learn that a good neighbor always “lends a little hand” to those in need!”

Also, no Veggietales DVD is complete without a silly song with Larry – Happy Tooth Day!

Here are some thoughts of the girls:

Likes: Rhyming, the characters, the songs, Larry’s funny
Dislikes: Humpty Dumpty falling off the wall and the barn burning down

In addition to a fun episodes, there is also a discussion guide in the Bonus Features, so you can talk with your kids about the episodes and how we can all make better decisions that will help us to have a strong foundation and be good neighbors.

You can also find a fun craft to do: http://veggietales.com/vtmain/

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– Joyce

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5 thoughts on “Veggietales: The Little House That Stood

  1. Pingback: Review and Giveaway: VeggieTales: The Little House That Stood | Keeping up with the Moys
  2. Ah, was wondering what story this movie was spin-off of. Sounds funny. Did you like it?

    That house looks like a fun craft. Will have to try it with the kiddies.

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