My family has ALWAYS loved VeggieTales, in fact they could probably sing every song that is done by VeggieTales and everyone has a different favorite song and episode. So when we were asked to review “VeggieTales Merry Larry & The True Light of Christmas I had to say yes, SoccerBoy (age 16) had told me only a month before that we needed to buy any Christmas VeggieTales that was out because he missed watching them. So he was happy to hear we were reviewing this, yes even teens like it. In fact you may remember seeing my HouseParty where I announced that the kids all watched this. The moment it came on to the theme song all the kids, even the teens sang the song. I wish I could get the video to load but it won’t for some reason. (sorry)
The VeggieTales Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas
46 Minutes long
Written by my 13 yr old:
This “bright” tale is about how the Spring Valley Mall thinks lights are everything. While the decorations were being put together, a little girl shows up at the “Ask Santa’s Elves” workshop. She asks Larry the Elf if he will buy a photo she drew because she is trying to save enough money to help her neighbor rebuild her house. Larry convinces the two VeggieTales characters in charge that he is responsible enough to use the light. Larry then steals the lights and the “Star in a Box”, and brings them to the little girl. They rebuild her neighbor’s house and Larry set off the “Star in the Box”. Now it is up to Bob to save the day and the neighbor’s house…again. Will he be able to do it? Will Larry and the little girl show others what Christmas is all about, or will their speech not get through to the others? Find out in Veggie Tales: Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas!