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Veggie Tales-Princess and The Popstar Review

Princess Poppyseed’s life on her family’s farm is far from the glamorous world
of her favorite pop singer Vanna Banana.  While Princess milks the cows and
dreams of a life on stage, Vanna has her own dreams of a life far from the
hectic pace of stardom that leaves her feeling alone and lonely.  On a chance
meeting at a playground, Vanna and Princess cross paths and realize they look
almost exactly alike, which leads to the crazy notion that maybe they could
switch lives!

Big Idea’s best-selling series VeggieTales® is the #1 animated home video series
in the US with moms of pre-schoolers*.  Since 1993, VeggieTales® has sold 54+
million videos, 13 million books and more than 7 million CDs.  VeggieTales® and
Big Idea’s property, 3-2-1 Penguins!®, enjoyed four seasons as top-rated series
on NBC Saturday mornings

I was blessed to receive a copy of Princess and The Popstar to review.  My son loves VeggieTales and I love that this type of show exists for kids. He loves it so much I don’t think I will ever get the VeggieTales theme song out of my head.. If you like to talk to tomatoes… see what I mean.

 

This is such a cute movie with a great message. God made you to be unique and you shouldn’t trade that for something you think someone else has. We must teach our kids that being themselves is the life they were designed for. VeggieTales is a show I recommend any household have if you have toddler.

Keep checking back for my reviews of Larry Learns to Listen and Bob Lends a Helping Hand.

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Karla Urwitz

As a full-time career oriented mother of one, I love all things travel. I was in the hospitality business for 15 years and loved it. So why not become a travel agent. So I am trying to find my balance in life through being a parent to a teenager, my love of travel, and living the best life possible. Come join me on this bumpy journey of life.
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