It’s always fun to celebrate the holidays with VeggieTales!
For years and years, my kiddos have enjoyed the veggies. As my kids have grown older, it’s been fun to introduce Larry the Cucumber, Bob the Tomato, and the other lovable characters to the new generation of little ones in our family.
This will be my baby nephew’s first Christmas, and at almost 8 months old, he loves anything that makes noises. It’s been fun to watch his fascination with the two new VeggieTales Christmas themed soundboard books, Silent Night and Away in a Manger. He loves the music the books play, and I’ve enjoyed watching my youngest two sing with him and show him the colorful pages. He can’t turn the pages yet, but his older cousins can. To me, it’s been funny to watch them interact because all the baby wants to do is hear the music over and over, and the boys want to actually point out their favorite characters and explain the stories in the books. It reminds me very much of when they were little.
Whether you have a little one who already loves VeggieTales, or you’re looking for something brand new that your kids have never tried before, these two soundboard books are a great way they can learn the true meaning of Christmas.
Join Junior Asparagus, Laura Carrot, and all your favorite VeggieTales characters as they stage a Nativity play based on the lyrics of “Silent Night.” Silent Night teaches children about Jesus’ birth and is a fun, great way to keep children talking, and singing, about the true meaning of Christmas.
Away in a Manger
Join the VeggieTales character as they star in this colorful retelling of the birth of Jesus, featuring the lyrics of “Away in a Manger,” sung by Junior Asparagus. This fun-yet-reverent Nativity book is a great way to keep little ones talking – and singing – about the true meaning of Christmas.
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