Jul 292013
 
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If you like to talk to tomatoes,

If a squash can make you smile,

If you like to waltz with potatoes,

Up and down the produce aisle….

Have we got a show for you!

Yes, I just typed that from memory.

We received our first Veggie Tales video, Rack, Shack, and Benny, for my oldest son’s 1st birthday. Fourteen years and 4 kids later, we still love Veggie Tales.

MacLarry & The Stinky Cheese BattleSo when I was offered a copy of the latest offering, MacLarry & The Stinky Cheese Battle, to review, I didn’t hesitate to accept. I wasn’t disappointed. MacLarry is a well-done video that delivers what I’ve come to expect from Veggie Tales: a fun story, an unusual setting, silly humor, and a good moral.

MacLarry is the son of the chief of the Barber-barian clan. They have a long standing feud with the Romans who have occupied nearby England. They play pranks on the Romans and give bad haircuts. But MacLarry isn’t like all the other Barber-barians. He isn’t good at pranks. Instead, he likes to invent things. His father loves him, but he is disappointed in him. Finally MacLarry decides to leave the village and sets out to find his hero Archimedes.  What happens next, I’ll leave as a surprise, but I will tell you that MacLarry saves the day and his father comes to value his differences. The application verses are found in I Corinthians 12 where it speaks of the body as having many members that are all different, but all necessary for the function of the church.

If you have Veggie Tales fans, you will not be disappointed in MacLarry & The Stinky Cheese Battle.

 

Disclosure: I received a copy of MacLarry & The Stinky Cheese Battle in order to write this review. I was not compensated for this review. All opinions are my own. Post contains an affiliate link.

 

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