Monday, August 11, 2014

Celery Night Fever from Veggie Tales *Review

http://store.veggietales.com/celery-night-fever-dvd.html


Watch as Laura Carrot and Junior Asparagus help the once popular Groovy Brothers band members learn how to work out their past differences in order to reunite and put on a concert in efforts to save Celery Park. Enjoy silly songs and old familiar characters as well as our newest character “Bruce Onion” featuring Terry Crews. This up beat and wholesome movie will teach an important lesson that can be carried out throughout your kid’s lifetime.

A super fun film on the need for forgiveness. The Groovy Brothers broke up over the star wanting to go solo. They haven't spoken in years! The park where they grew up playing their music is now in jeopardy of being closed down so that Bruce Onion can make a parking lot. Laura Carrot tries to get the band back together to raise money to save the park. Junior Asparagus helps Laura until she gets tired of his constant tardiness and decides she doesn't want to be friends with Junior anymore! What! Poor junior. We have a theme of forgiveness not only with the Groovy Brothers but with Laura and Junior as well.

I loved the 'Saturday Night Live' groove to the music, it was really fun for kids and adults alike.

For fun recipes, crafts and activities related to Celery Night Fever visit www.veggietales.com. Nothing beats an afternoon full of crafts and laughs with your kids as you teach them the values of friendship.





This will be a Veggie Tales you will watch again and again, and will instill a great and necessary message of forgiveness.




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2 comments:

Maryann D. said...

This looks like an adorable DVD. I love that it will teach forgiveness and a must for all children to learn.
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Imperfect Mothehood said...

My 2 year old daughter loves Veggie Tales! We will have to check this one out!!!

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