About the show:
Theres no hurt too big for God! Robin Good has a mission - fundraising from the rich and giving to the poor! But when a greedy Prince starts stealing the townspeople’s hams, donations are down and Robin’s band of friends desert him to give robbing a try. Can Robin overcome his hurt, show his friends what’s right and restore the townspeople's hope?
I enjoyed this very much. Once again Veggie Tales has done a great job in making a quality story for kids and adults to all enjoy. It tells of the importance of giving all our hurts over to God because he is always there for us.
Tiger Boy's Thoughts (age 4):
I liked it. I liked when Bob gave a ham to the monster.
Sugar Plum's Thoughts (age 6):
My favorite part was when the Prince was sleeping with his teddy bear and said Mama. I learned that God never stops loving you and you can talk to God when you are sad. I liked it a lot.
The DVD also features:An adorable short video starring Junior Asparagus: "Lenny and the Lost Birthday". Plays at the start of the show before the main feature.
A digital short that is both hilarious and educational, teaching kids about what a Leap Year means: "Larry's Leapin' Leap Year". Watch it on the DVD and also here: http://www.veggietales.com/robingood
I am happy to say that Veggie Tales has offered to give a copy of this great new DVD to someone who reads my little blog. All you have to do is comment and you will be entered to win. I will leave the contest open until Friday, March 9 at noon. I will then pick a winner. Make sure you leave a way for me to contact you.