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Veggie Tales - King George and the Ducky - A Lesson About Selfishness

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Catalog Code: 08204131013984-DIS

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King George and the Ducky


VeggieTales, Big Idea's

A Lesson about...Selfishness

Sunday Morning Values, Saturday Morning Fun!

Once upon a time there lived a king.  Like other kings, he had a really neat castle and a lovely little kingdom.  But unlike other kings, King George spent most of his the bathtub!  Why?  Because that's where he'd play with his favorite toy: his rubber ducky.  But one ducky wasn't enough for King George.  He wanted all the duckies!

Discover what happens when this cucumber king makes a huge mistake, deciding that the most important person in the world is, well...himself! Can he learn to put others first before before it's too late?!?

Join Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and the whole Veggietales gang as they learn that when we are selfish, we hurt the people around us.  "For whether you're a king or a kid, God wants us all to think of others first!"  Don't miss all the fun in King George and the Ducky!

Includes the Silly Song: Endangered Love

What people are saying about VeggieTales:

"Eye-popping animation..." - Parenting Magazine

"Hilariously funny!" - Billboard Magazine


Review Provided By - THE Catholic Book Review Site

This item received 5 stars overall. Soap Opera Story Turned into Kid-friendly Scripture Lessons

Some Bible stories are fairly easy to make simple and tame enough to teach children the morals and values they’re meant to convey.  Sure, kids are going to be interested in hearing about Noah building a huge ark and getting all of the animals to come on board two by two, but how would you turn one of the Scripture stories that most resembles a soap opera involving conceit, deceit, lust, and murder into a kid-friendly, mother-approved lesson in compassion, the importance of being honest, and the consequences of selfishness? 
Only the crew at Veggie Tales would take on a challenge as great and requiring such creative genius as rewriting the story of King David, Bathsheba, and Uriah the Hittite so it could be used as an example for children of what happens when we allow selfishness, greed, and jealousy to guide our actions.  The only aspect of the story as they tell it that has anything to do with soap opera is that the main charact Full Review...


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