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This comical group of friends, a Cow (Ismay), a Mouse (Slink), a Horse (Monty), a Pig (Horace), and a Rooster (Drake) are about to have an important house guest to their small stable in Bethlehem. Word on the street is that a King is coving to visit, but why to a stable? What kind of gift could they present to the King?
Experience this hilarious tale of the very first Christmas and learn that there's more to life than being able to burp the loudest, be the party clown or even give the nicest gift! Recommended for ages 5 to 10. Running time is approximately 23 minutes.
Vendor: Casscom Media
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The Nativity, Greatest Heroes and Legends of the Bible DVDCinedigm Entertainment Holdings / DVD$4.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 9 Reviews
$5.99Save 17% ($1.00)Availability: Expected to ship on or about 03/06/15.CBD Stock No: WW581260
Lisa J1 Stars Out Of 5I thought this movie was awful...November 19, 2012Lisa JQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1... the potty humor (burping, gas passing, etc.), the constant discussion of "swill," etc., made this completely inappropriate for me to show my Christian Formation classes. I had ordered two copies because I needed them pronto quick and I have ended up eating the cost personally. I didn't care for the telling of the story, the characters and their rudeness or the dialogue. I didn't need to show children this behavior and have them leave emulating it. I'm all for connecting on a student level but this was a bit much. I would NOT recommend this product to anyone.
Karen Dalager3 Stars Out Of 5December 22, 2008Karen DalagerThis movie has a great message but would be better for older kids like it recommends ages 5-10. My younger ones didn't get it.