It’s time again for another awesome VeggieTales creation. I was sent the video to watch with my family and all opinions are ours. You can always count on Veggie Tales to come out with an awesome movie and this is no exception. Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas is a heartwarming tale of learning to help others at Christmas.
Larry The Cucumber is a Christmas elf at the Spring Valley Mall who just wants to spread joy at the holidays. When he meets a little girl with a big heart whose only Christmas wish is to help a friend in need, “Merry Larry” sets off on adventure that will light up the holidays like never before and show the town of Spring Valley what Christmas is all about – “Christmas shines most bright and true when you give the love God gave to you!” Featuring Si Robertson as Silas the Okra!
I was very surprised when I pulled this video out last week and ALL three kids wanted to watch it. Buddy is 8 and hasn’t been into Veggie Tales for a while, but he was really excited to sit down and watch the movie. Daddy was out of town and the first thing the kids said to him when he got home was that they wanted him to sit down and watch the new Veggie Tales movie with them. The kids, of course, love all the silly antics that Larry gets into. They also loved the new song by Owl City in the movie and got up and danced along with it. I can’t wait to bring this movie over on Thanksgiving to show to all the cousins; I’m sure they’ll love it as well!
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