Boldly going where no Veggie has gone before, Larry the Cucumber and Bob the Tomato, two of the most recognized home entertainment characters, take on the heroic theme of space exploration in their new roles as Captain Cuke and Mr. Spork (I know, this mama’s inner sci-fi nerd is dying here).
In the movie Veggies in Space: the Fennel Frontier, Bob and Larry share an out-of-this-world adventure with an important lesson in sharing.
My son Max, age 7, has been really interested in the vlogging I’ve been doing lately and he asked if he could make a video, too. I thought this would give him a perfect chance to do that, so here is Max the movie critic with his two minute thoughts on Veggies in Space: the Fennel Frontier:
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The fun continues with numerous DVD bonus features including sing-along songs for two catchy tunes, “Asteroid Cowboys” and “Enough to Share” (performed by Junior Asparagus in the show). Jamie Grace fans can also enjoy her rendition of the song in a special “Enough to Share” lyric video, as well as watch exclusive behind the scenes footage of her in the studio during the recording. After their musical jam session, Veggie fans can check out other bonus features, such as a craft tutorial on building a spaceship just like Bob and Larry’s.
To watch the movie trailer, play games, and learn about VeggieTales apps, live shows and more silliness to come, please visit www.VeggieTales.com.
The DVD and digital downloads are now available, just in time for Easter. As a fun surprise, I was sent some copies to giveaway here on the blog!
Four Simple Kids readers will win their very own copy of Veggies in Space: the Fennel Frontier.
To enter, answer the following question in the comments below: if you could pick anybody to share a big sandwich with, who would you pick?
This giveaway will end at midnight EST on April 19, 2014. Winners will be announced here on the blog on April 20. If no reply within seven days, another winner will be chosen. Thanks and good luck!
Please note that the kids and I were given a copy of this DVD to review. All opinions expressed are my own and we were not paid for this review or to host this giveaway. Thanks!