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In "The Green-Eyed Monster," green-eyed monsters appear and start eating everything in sight when jealousy arises between two groups of sheep. Can the Penguins restore peace before the planet completely disappears in a monster lunch-munch? Then in "More is More," the citizens of Gutt are addicted to sugar frosted cereal, and their insatiable appetites are threatening to throw the planet off course! Can these over-indulgers learn that moderation is the key to restoring a healthy orbit? In "Give and Let Give," a planet populated by a feisty bunch of garden gnomes and pink flamingos argue over water rights during a draught. Will these feuding lawn ornaments learn to share so everyone has enough to drink? Running time: Approximately 66 minutes. Recommended for ages 5 and up.
- Pearls of Wisdom
- Make Your Own Planet
- Animation Progression
- Video Trivia
- Studio Commentary
- Discussion Guide
- Fun Games: How to Draw Kevin and Chancellor Gutt
- DVD-Rom Fun
- Closed Captioned
- Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound
- English and Spanish subtitles
Vendor: Big Idea
Series: 321 Penguins
Tomato Sawyer and Huckleberry Larry's Big River Rescue, VeggieTales DVDBig Idea / DVD$6.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 60 Reviews
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greenmomma3 Stars Out Of 5it was ok, and good enough for the priceDecember 1, 2014greenmommaQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3My kids range from 2 to 9 and I had expected that they would LOVE the penguins. It is a so-so hit. They don't "ask" for it to be put on, but if I choose it and put it on they usually don't ask for something different.
Dorothy5 Stars Out Of 5June 15, 2009DorothyMy kids love 3-2-1 Penguins (and else everything VeggieTales makes) this one didn't disappoint - it was packed with adventure and fun and full of Christian references. Great alternative to all the cartoon junk that they are bombarding our kids out there.
Mrs. Lindsey2 Stars Out Of 5November 18, 2008Mrs. LindseyWe bought this for our 4 yr. old who has each of the others in the series and was excited to have a new one. We were disappointed to say the least. It isn't remotely Christian, mostly promoting morals, but not citing the Bible or even "the Good Book" as before. Now there are Scriptures coming from fortune cookies. Bizzarre! We actually ended up throwing away our copy. My son is too young to understand that "The Green-Eyed Monster" comes from envy and doesn't just appear out of nowhere. And even with the recommendation of ages 5 and up, it is going to take some explaining to figure out the monster thing. Let's get back to the Bible as the source of authority and morals. Not fortune cookies.
Mrs. Vickie Niedrauer5 Stars Out Of 5October 20, 2008Mrs. Vickie NiedrauerVery Veggie Talish. Loved it, especially the first one with the sheep. We loved loved all the episodes in the DVD. Looking forward to some more!