Monday, March 2, 2015

VeggieTales: Noah's Ark #Review And #Giveaway! (U.S.) Ends 3/15 #VeggieMoms #VeggieTales #VeggieFans #VTNoah


In Noah's Ark, Shem and Sadie (Jaci Velasquez) return home from their honeymoon to find that Noah (played by Pa Grape) has begun, at God's direction, to work on a massive ark, which his wife Naamah (played by Madame Blueberry) and sons Ham (Larry) and Japheth (Bob) are helping construct before the start of 40 days and 40 nights of rain.


But Shem doesn't understand Noah's unshakable faith in God, particularly when animals start arriving two-by-two - while the rain is nowhere to be seen. When the deluge does come, Shem begins to understand Noah's determination to preserve humanity's future... and the importance of trusting in God.

Noah's Ark also features a brand new "Silly Songs With Larry" segment, in which Larry dons a safari outfit as he goes on a quest for a gigantic, golden egg.


The Grammy nominated and multi-Emmy award-winning host of one of TV's most famous shows, Let's Make a Deal, and star of Whose Line Is It Anyway, Wayne Brady, brings to life Noah's son Shem, who first questions, then learns to embrace, his father's direction from God. Wayne Brady also performs seven original songs in Noah's Ark.






My Review:
This VeggieTales movie was more musical then the ones that I've seen in the past. It felt like everything that happened in the story was sung about. Little children will love it. My five and a half year old daughter asked if we could watch it again! Older children around six to seven may not be that into it. I love the story of Noah's Ark, and this one followed closely to the story in the bible, but with it's own Veggie twist of course. The animals are also super cute! Yes, the Ark looks like an orange slice!

I wasn't completely fond of one of the character's comment at the end of the movie that said that God told them to go forth and multiply. Then one of the characters asked what that meant. The other character then told him that she would explain it to him later. So it opened up the conversation about what that meant, because my five and a half year old daughter asked me about it. My seven and two and a half year old didn't even notice. I explained to her that it meant for them to have babies. She was fine with that explanation.

VeggieTales: Noah's Ark is now available to purchase at a retailer near you!



There are many Noah's Ark Coloring pages, recipes like the one above, a matching game, a craft, a family discussion guide, and more at VeggieTales.com/activities.



Don't forget to check out VeggieTales in the House on Netflix!



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Disclosure: I received a copy of VeggieTales: Noah's Ark in exchange for my review post. No other compensation was received or exchanged. 

28 comments:

  1. i have not seen veggie tales before!

    after going to their website I like Bob the Tomato, because he is a storyteller and reading is very important to a child's development!

    kmcgrew213@aol.com

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  2. I like Larry the Cucumber because he is so silly!

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  3. Our favorite is Larry the Cucumber because we think he's really funny!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  4. Our favorite Veggie Tales is Celery Night Fever because I love the lesson of forgiveness & the music is awesome in this movie!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  5. i rally like all the movies i like how they focus on character building in each episode

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  6. i like bob why because he always tells the scripture i guess

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  7. I'm sorry I don't know my grandchildren's favorite characters, I just know they like the show.

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  8. I don't know their favorite movie, they just love to sit and watch and laugh.

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  9. my daughter and I like larry because he is funny

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  10. I don't know anything about Veggie Tales other than I know my little niece would love this. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  11. I like Larry because he makes people laugh.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  12. We like Celery Night Fever.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  13. The Pirates that don't do anything because it's funny.

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  14. My kids watched the one where they got locked in pa grape's grocery store overnight.

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  15. my favorite veggietales is snoodles tale.. so I could say Bob is my favorite for his story telling

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  16. Snoodles tale is my favorite because even us grownups need that reminder how amazing our creator is

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  17. I like Junior asparagus because my grandchildren relate to him being a child.

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  18. My daughter likes the cucumber. She always laughs at him!

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  19. My 4 year old son loves cucumber.

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  20. Larry the Cucumber is the only one I know

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  21. We like Larry the cucumber because he is happy and silly and likes to sing

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  22. We like Bob the tomato, just always have!

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  23. We like Larry the Cucumber because he always makes us laugh.

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  24. We love Larry,he is so cute and funny!

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  25. I like Larry the Cucumber because he's always upbeat and on the move :)

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