Veggie Tales- The League of Incredible Vegetables DVD {GIVEAWAY!}


My kids have always enjoyed watching Veggie Tales. If you’re a fan yourself (or your kids are), then you are probably familiar with my kids’ favorite character, LarryBoy. Of course, LarryBoy is a super hero that is always looking for ways to stop those pesky aliens (The Fib), large weeds that talk (The Rumor Weed), and controlling apples (The Bad Apple).  Each time Larry goes on an adventure, it always end with an important lesson from the Bible. I have to admit, my kids really have learned so much from Veggie Tales! So, when we found out that Larry Boy was back at it, this time with a group of other super heroes (aka: League of Incredible Vegetables) I knew my kids would be happy.

This story takes place again in Bumblyburg with Larry Boy and his assistant, Alfred trying to stop Dr. Flurry and his three penguins from stealing the fear-dar. Since its such a large job, Alfred turns to other super heroes for help. The cast is a good one including:

  •  Bob as “Thingamabob”
  • Mr. Lunt as “S-Cape”
  • Petunia Rhubarb as “Vogue”
  • Junior Asparagus as “Ricochet


It was a bright and sunny day in Bumblyburg…until Dr. Flurry came to town.  This chillin’ villain wants to freeze the whole city…in fear!   It’s a job to big for LarryBoy alone, so he turns to the “The League of Incredible Vegetables” to help save the town from Dr. Flurry’s icy grip!  When it seems like they’re all moments from the deep freeze, will the League remember to turn to One who is bigger than all our fears?  Includes a brand new theme song and music video from Grammy-nominated and Dove Award winning group, The Newsboys!

Lesson:Handling fear

Verse: “When I am afraid, I will put my trust in You.” Psalm 56:3

This story is a good one, tackling “fear” which is a big one in our house right now. Not only do the League of Incredible Vegetables handle each of their own fears, they do it in an action-packed event that keeps the kids (and you!) at the edge of your seats. Of course what would be a new Veggie Tales without a Silly Song? This time its the “Supper Hero” and its a funny one.


My kids absolutely loved this show. They were a little leary when I first put it in, but once they realized it was a new Larry Boy adventure, they didn’t move an inch! We received our copy on Saturday and they’ve seen it probably 20 times already. They love it that much. Get out there and buy it for your kids, too! Its available at Christian retailers on Saturday, October 13th and all other DVD retailers on Tuesday, October 16th.  If you can’t wait- go check out their new interactive site:


Veggie Tales is giving away The League of Incredible Vegetables DVD to one lucky reader!

I was not paid to write this post, these are my honest opinions. I did receive the DVD above at no cost to me.

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    No costume making here. We split the candy up among the kids and sometimes I will take some candy to work for coworkers.

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    I’m not talented enough to make our own costumes! But we usually eat most of the candy and throw out the rest around Christmas :)

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    Our costumes are homemade, but I don’t sew them or anything like that. As far as the candy goes we eat everything except the yucky junk nobody wants.

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    I wish I had the time to make costumes! I eat some of the candy, throw a lot of it away and the rest I take to work for the savages to take care of!

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    I don’t make their costumes myself. We save the candy and eat it over the course of the next few months

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    I havent made costumes yet but I would like to give it a try sometime! Candy is rationed!

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    this will be our first year trick or treating.. we plan to do a simple costume last minute from the store.. candy.. i will prolly let her have some on night one and maybe two but then its gone!>!

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    I usually make my kids costumes. I also only give a little bit of candy for good behavior.

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    My two oldest are odd ducks LOL they have never been fans of Halloween, dressing up or trick or treating! I’ve done a mix of making costumes and buying them though when they did want to dress up and will do the same for the 2 youngest.

    So we’ve never had a lot of candy around, what we did have the years they dressed up and actually went out (sometimes the mall, sometimes church, sometimes to no more than 5 houses lol).. I’d let them take what they really wanted out and hubby would bring the rest to work.

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    We buy a costume, because I am not crafty at all. Love the candy, but we eat way too much!

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    I don’t make costumes for my kids. I usually put some of the candy away so it’s not eaten all in a few days.

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    I let them tell me what they want to be and then we look around the house first for items to use. I usually eat all the candy they dont like. We try to limit it each day.

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    We buy our costumes. We pick out some of the candy to keep and give the rest of it to my in-laws.

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    I do sometimes.
    The candy gets divided usually.. some requests are made to make treats with some of it as well.

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    I do not make their costumes. They enjoy having costume days all year round so last year I got them a lot on halloween clearance. We keep them in a trunk and they enjoy dressing up!

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    when my kids were young i made their costumes but i buy for the grandkids. i eat and the kids kids eat the candy. if thanksgiving arrives and there is still some left i toss it out

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