Veggie Tales DVD Collection Worth $529

by Rachel*

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Big Idea, Inc. is releasing their first VeggieTales Holiday DVD in seven years, and we couldn’t be more excited!  Saint Nicholas: A Story of Joyful Giving is a wonderful DVD, packed with humor and fun, but also explaining the origins of Santa Claus, and how we give because Jesus gave to us.

stNICK_cover600Bonus features include an original new song by critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Matthew West, “Give This Christmas Away,” performed by West and Grammy Award-winning artist Amy Grant.

In this movie, Nicky the Pepper (the first new VeggieTales character in five years) starts out as a young child, seeing his parents give to those in need, but not understanding or appreciating it. 

Through a series of adventures, he learns that they didn’t give things away to make themselves happy, but they gave because they WERE happy.  He comes back to his village to find it taken over by a cruel and selfish man who outlaws giving, so Nicky and his cohort, played by the ever-lovable Mr. Lunt, make disguises for themselves so that they can give to the poor.

This DVD is a great tool in teaching kids the importance of the real meaning of Christmas, and that giving is more important than receiving.

And Big Idea certainly practices what they preach! They are involved in several giving opportunities this Christmas season.  Everyone who purchases the Saint Nicholas DVD will receive a FREE VeggieTales DVD to give to a friend in need! Through this offer inside the DVD, you can log into a special website and select the free VeggieTales DVD that you would like to send to a friend with only $2.99 shipping and handling. Big Idea has also teamed up with Operation Christmas Child to help collect gifts for needy children throughout the world.

And for you, Big Idea is giving away a DVD Collection of VeggieTales worth $529!!! It includes 30 DVDs and is the epitome of presents for all VeggieTales fans everywhere!!

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* We received one copy of Saint Nicholas: A Story of Joyful Giving to review for this giveaway.

By 5 Minutes for Mom Contributor, Rachel



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Rachel is a Mommy of two in Birmingham, Alabama.  She blogs about all of the crazy, overanalytical, and often wacky things that float around in her head at Grasping for Objectivity.  She also runs a networking site for her state’s bloggers, Alabama Bloggers. She can also be found tweeting at ObjectivityRach.

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