Prodigal Pig DVD
God forgives and never stops loving
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Prodigal Pig DVD
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Wacky animals and their hilarious antics will have kids rolling with laughter as they watch the story of Porkchop (Randy Travis), a pig with dreams of making it big in the music businessno matter the cost!
Farmer Bob gives Porkchop the money he needs to follow his dreams, but the friends Porkchop makes in the big city dont turn out to be as nice as he thought. When Jenny the sheepdog (Amy Grant) and some of the other animals save the day, Farmer Bob welcomes Porkchop home with open arms, and even Hercules the tough-talking rooster (Vince Gill) learns the value of forgiveness.
Bonus educational features include a music video and cartoon based on the letter P, a read-along digital storybook that lets kids decide when to turn the page, and an option to view the entire Prodigal Pig DVD with pop-up Ps every time a word that begins with P is used! A literacy message to parents is also included.
More bonus features include bloopers, character commentary, and a behind-the-scenes look at how Farmer Bobs farm was created! Based on the Parable of the Prodigal Son, this funny and educational DVD will have kids laughing and learning along with their favourite farm critters!
Prodigal Pig DVD by Thomas Nelson Publishers was published by Tommy Nelson #394 in June 2012 and is our 17934th best seller. The ISBN for Prodigal Pig DVD is 9781400320264.
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Details for Prodigal Pig DVD
|Page last updated||17th June 2017|
|Running Time||60 mins|
|Author / Artist||Thomas Nelson Publishers|
|Publisher||Tommy Nelson #394 (June 2012)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 4 years up to 7 years|
|Number of Pages||60|