Sunday, February 28, 2010

Whats in the Bible, by Phil Vischer

Phil Vischer was the creator of VEGGIE TALES, which I enjoyed watching with my grandchildren, when they were about 2 up to school age.

This is his new project, which tells children what is in the Bible, why different religions have different amounts of books in their particular Bibles, and explains the books of the Bible in language that children can understand. It is entertaining, funny, and very educational. The puppets are varied, everything from a pirate to a priest, and the little blue haired Sunday School teacher. I think she probably taught us, when we were in Bible School, too.

I have 2 tickets for a free copy of Videos #1 and #2 that I will be giving away during the week my Review shows up on Tyndale's site, so if you have young children, send me a message, I'll put your name in the pot for the drawing.
You can watch a video clip at:


Tyndale House Publishers:

I received no compensation for this review, and all opinions expressed are my own. I did recieve a free copy of the DVD, from Tyndale, to review.

And the Winners are:  Mel and Kim, so please email me with your address, so I can get the tickets to you.


@EBMR said...

I would love to be included in the giveaway to win the same for my soon to turn 4 yr old

mjblog09 at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

We all loved his Veggie Tales- I won't ask to be put in the drawing. Give it to someone with a young family. I'll get one for my grandkids. Looking forward to seeing these-Diana

Kim said...

loved the veggie tales - cant wait to see this one

Mel said...

Add me to the pot! That sounds like a wonderful tool to brng the Bible to children in a way they can understand and enjoy.

Angela said...

Veggie Tales is good, Jelly Telly is actually better but What's in the Bible takes the cake. The best by far! Thanks for offering!