Veggie Tales - Dave And The Giant Pickle - A Lesson In Self-Esteem

Item Number: 3354

Catalog Code: 0796019819008

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Review Provided By - THE Catholic Book Review Site Average Rating: This item received 5 stars overall.
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Have you ever felt like you were too little to do anything big?

That's how a little shepherd boy named Dave feels when his big brothers head off to defend their country, leaving Dave behind with the sheep. "Big people do big things, and little people do little things," they tell him. They're in for a surprise, though, when they find out their foe is much bigger than they thought!

Is anyone able to take on a nine-foot pickle? But wait! Who's that running out to challenge that mighty warrior? It kinda looks like ... could it be ... Dave!?!

In this hilarious retelling of the classic Bible story of David and Goliath, Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber teach kids that whether you're nine feet tall or two feet tall, with God's help, even little guys can do big things!

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Review Provided By - THE Catholic Book Review Site

This item received 5 stars overall. With God on Our Side We Can Have Faith Facing Our Giants

Dave and the Giant Pickle: A Lesson in Self-Esteem is another high-quality, very entertaining portraying of a famous Bible story.  Though the story of David and Goliath is one that many children learn and can understand on some level, this rendition of the conflict makes more aspects of what was at stake accessible.  We all come up against people and situations that seem too big for us to handle.  At those times, others may suggest a slew of solutions that have worked for them, but they may not be right for us. 

This movie addresses that size and height don’t matter if your intentions and your focus are right.  Oftentimes kids become frustrated because they don’t feel as if they are heard or that they can make a big difference in how things turn out.  Through amusing characters, well-orchestrated songs, and clever animation, kids and parents can see that this isn’t the case.  If we spend too much time looking at all Full Review...

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