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VeggieTales: Larry Learns to Listen

By Renee Schonfeld, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Faith-based collection of stories about listening to others.

Movie NR 2011 70 minutes
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Pistachio and Josh and the Big Wall are creative, enjoyable, and present lots of positive messages about the importance of listening to others that even the youngest kids will understand. Pistachio is less overtly religious than Josh and focuses on the parent-child relationship. Josh's orders come directly from God and his messenger.

In the packaging of this DVD, it appears that "Larry Learns to Listen" is a full feature, combined with two classic stories. In fact, the one musical tale is less than five minutes long and the re-releases are approximately 30 minutes each.

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