The Phantom Tollbooth

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Since 1996

Veggie Tales Hosanna! as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothThe veggies mix up their music with Amy Grant and Mark Hall.

Veggie Tales - SweetPea Beauty as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothVeggie fairy tales on true beauty roams widely through the source literature.

Veggie Tales The Little Drummer Boy as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothJust the thing to get us all in the Christmas spirit - veggies!

Veggie Tales The Princess and the Popstar as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth Identical vegetables in very dissimalar circustances

VeggieTales -_If_I_Sang_a_Silly_Song_90Facial expressions, subtle humor, clever arrangements, and witty lyrics combine to make Silly Songs fun and entertaining.

Robin Good_90Biblical purists will have a harder time complaining when classics are used to illustrate biblical values, and “There is no God on Sesame Street.”

Little House that Stood 90What can compete with a trio of well-dressed pigs and a narrator that sounds like a famous actor? 

VeggieTales-The-Penniless-PrincesseditedRemake of a classic is brilliant, as the British might say.

VeggieTales Ultimate Christmas Collection.
It’s a Wonderful Life
meets The Polar Express in a VeggieTale adaptation.

venusinfurOnly two actors, one setting, and it is in French with English subtitles.

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