Veggie Tales Easter Basket Giveaway

The Easter Bunny is coming! It won’t be long now until we are waiting for his arrival and a basket full of goodies. While we enjoy the fun traditions of the holiday, we don’t want to forget what it’s really about – the resurrection of Jesus.

One great way to teach your child throughout the year about Jesus and the Bible is by giving them Veggie Tales products. Veggie Tales is a very popular brand that helps us to teach our children about good values through moral stories. Not all of their products are about the Bible, but each one teach a very good moral lesson.

Now just in time for Easter, VeggieTales has released THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT STOOD, an all-new Veggie Tales story on DVD. THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT STOOD is a parody of two popular nursery rhymes – The Three Little Pigs and Humpty Dumpty. They can help to teach valuable life lessons.

The Three Little Pigs meet the Wise and Foolish builders and learn that by making good choices, they can build a house that will stand against any storm!  In the “The Good Egg of Gooseville” we find out what happens BEFORE Humpty cracks, in a good neighbor story where we learn why it’s a nice to lend a little hand to those in need.

THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT STOOD reunites fans with popular VeggieTales characters including:

  • Larry the Cucumber – Goofy, green and always a little bit silly!
  • Bob The Tomato – He’s the practical one who likes to make sure there’s a lesson to learn, but always gets pulled into Larry’s silliness!
  • Jr. Asparagus – This little 6-year-old Veggie is full of fun and reminds us that little guys can do big things too!
  • Plus – The French PeasMadame Blueberry, AND MORE!

THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT STOOD is now available at Walmart.

Enter to win

We are giving away an Easter Basket full of Veggie Tale goodies that will include the DVD– THE HOUSE THAT STOOD, 25 Favorite Silly Songs CD, Super Coloring Activity book, and a $20 Walmart gift card! Every child will love this!

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This post and giveaway was provided by the folks at Big Idea Productions. All opinions are 100% are own.


  Lesley is a mom of two kids – one girl and one boy. She’s married to her first and only love, Robby. Author of Life with Lesley. Her blog has a little bit of everything – life, love, parenting, along with product reviews and giveaways. Lesley is a mom of two kids – one girl and one boy. She’s married to her first and only love, Robby. Author of Life with Lesley. Her blog has a little bit of everything – life, love, parenting, along with product reviews and giveaways.


Comments

  1. Anne Taylor says

    The Boy who Cried Wolf has been passed down to 3 generations of my family!

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  2. Tiffany M says

    We love ‘stone soup’. Such a great way to teach that by working together, with everyone contributing what they can, a greater good is achieved.

  3. says

    I love the Veggie Tales movies and the great moral stories they teach. My kids’ favorite is Lyle the Kindly Viking, and I love how it teaches them to treat everyone nicely, do unto others.

  4. Kelly D says

    My daughter and I like Dr. Seuss the Sneetches, because you shouldn’t change for anyone, “no sneetches are the best on the beaches”.

  5. says

    My daughter got “Too Big Too Dance” from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and I loved the end when the giraffe who couldn’t fit in the door to the dance was joined by her friends. In these days when bullying and exclusion is so prominent, I really liked the message of standing by your friends.

  6. Wild Orchid says

    The story of the Little Engine that Could.

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  7. Sheila K. says

    “The Eagle and the Fox” teaches the lesson that we should do unto others as we would have them do unto is!

  8. Sheila K. says

    “The Eagle and the Fox” teaches the lesson that we should do unto others as we would have them do unto us!

  9. says

    Hmm…I’m not sure! We recently bought the ‘Little Ones Can Do Big Things Too’ which has Pistachio…which is a lesson in listening to parents…I thought that was a pretty great one for my son, who struggles with that!!!

  10. Jan says

    My favorite story that teaches a good lesson is an older one, that was read to us in grade school called… Did You Carry The Flag Today Charlie? It teaches that the “outside” of a person doesn’t make the person good or bad. It also teaches that everyone has special abilities that make them “smart” and that “smart” can be found other places besides schools :)

  11. Jamie Brigham says

    I love the little engine that could…. the moral is to never give up even when bullies try to get you to.

  12. Michelle Knopp says

    As a kiddo, I loved the Little Red Hen. Of course, I was the bossy hen in my family. I’ve learned lessons more applicable to me (rather than my sisters) since then.

  13. Brandy W. says

    I think Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is when of the best and everyone gets to watch it again yearly!

  14. 1955nurse says

    Wow – just looked @ my comment – don’t know how it came out like that, Lol! Should have read: The Boy who cried wolf, & Little Red Hen!!!

  15. says

    Horton Hears a Who! It’s one of my favorite books because of the reminder that little unborn babies are still people “no matter how small!”

  16. says

    I like the moral of The Green Eggs and Ham. My girls are super picky eaters and will tell me they don’t like a food and they have NEVER tried it before! I like to read them this story to teach them not to judge something if they have never tried it before.

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