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Veggie Tales: The Little House that Stood #Review #Giveaway

Little House that Stood

Just in time for Easter, VeggieTales is releasing The Little House That Stood, an all-new VeggieTales story premiering on DVD and available at Walmart on Tuesday, March 5. The Little House That Stood parodies two popular nursery rhymes – The Three Little Pigs and Humpty Dumpty – to help impart 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.

I got this video just in time! Little Man is suddenly in love with Veggie Tales. He only wants to listen to Veggie Tales in the car and he’s been making his older brother and sister watch with him at home. I thought that the show was very well done. I really liked the Little House that Stood better than The Good Egg of Gooseville. (It wasn’t bad, I just thought the Little House was better.)  I loved all of Larry’s fake stats in The Little House that Stood. My two favorites were:

“20% of all weather men are 30% wrong, 40% of the time.” and “85% of all floods are started by water.”

I also love all the familiar tunes you find throughout the show like Jaws and the Austin Powers theme. It brings something in for the adults. I think that The Veggie Tales Little House that Stood would be a great addition to an Easter basket this year.

Here are some offers from Veggie Tales for you or you can enter below to win a copy for yourself:

·      When you purchase The Little House that Stood DVD at your local Walmart you will receive a FREE 24-piece TheLittle House that Stood puzzle! Plus, you can save $3 with the printable coupon that I have attached here!

·      When you purchase both The Little House that Stood and The VeggieTales Bible by Zondervan you will receive a $10.00 rebate!  Available at Lifeway, Family, Mardel and other Christian Retailers.

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Note: I received a copy of Veggie Tales The Little House that Stood to review. All opinions are my own. 

Giveaway is open to the continental USA and ends on March 26, 2013 at 12:00 am EST. Winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries and will be contacted by email. Winner will have 24 hrs to respond. Winner may only win one prize pack, if you win on another site, a new winner will be drawn. Please add to your trusted email filter. If original winner does not claim their prize within 24 hrs, it is forfeit and a new winner will be selected promptly.
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About Paula

Paula Krueger considers herself a "baby "chef, not because she cooks for babies, but because she's still learning how to cook. She started this blog after taking Wilton method classes and at that point was more interested in baking. She's since become more interested in learning to cook as her family has grown. She also covers product reviews and travel as well.


  1. Awesome giveaway! All 4 of the kiddos (and myself) 🙂 LOVE Veggie Tales. I own almost all the videos on vhs from back when Jack was a baby. We no longer own a vhs player so I’ve started trying to collect them all on dvd now. 🙂 This new one looks really cute.

  2. Taking them to church, positive praise, etc.

  3. We read the Bible with our children and memorize God’s Word as a family every day, teach them to respect all life, and encourage them to do their best always and let them know that their best is good enough.

  4. my little one is already 24 but we do still attend church together every Sunday and pray together before every meal

  5. Randelyn says:

    We have a family home evening once a week that we usually teach a lesson from the scriptures. We also have regular family prayer. We have many of the Veggies Tale movies, plus some cartoonized bible story videos. Another thing that I think makes a big difference is that we do our best to lead by example.

  6. Religion.

  7. Positive reinforcements, live by example and lots of love!

  8. Samantha says:

    My boys LOVE spending time at Sunday School and learning new verses – leading by example is the best way!

  9. We love VeggieTales. We try to be an example to our children and really get to the heart of the issue when they hurts others.

  10. Jennifer says:

    Church, and we try to lead by example.

  11. Heather Hamilton says:

    We attend church. My daughter sits with me in church some of the time and her class the other times. We pray before bed and God is included regularly throughout the day through words and our actions.

  12. Julie M. says:

    My daughters LOVE Veggie Tales. My 5 year old quotes the episodes often, they would love this new one 🙂

  13. Focus on family, church and Catholic School!

  14. We love VeggieTales in our house. This was something I remember watching a lot at my Grandma’s house as we grew up and so glad my son & nieces love it as well. I’m are building a solid foundation by praising the positives and trying to do my best to show him how to be a good person.

  15. Zachary loves Veggie Tales too! If he’s having a grump day, playing those songs usually gets him out of it. We don’t have any of the DVDs yet, but watch on Netflix sometime!

  16. Our solid foundation starts with straight bible teaching. We read from the bible with them each night.

  17. I’m building solid foundation for my kids by showing them how to have faith, love, and gratitude for what they have been blessed to have in their lives.

  18. Vikki Billings says:

    My kids were brought up in the Church and now so are my grandchildren

  19. I smother my daughter with love and teach respect and positivity through encouragement.