Last year, we had the pleasure of reviewing the book, The Biggest Story by Kevin DeYoung. The book, full of bold, bright colors, told the most important stories of the Bible in a fun, way, all connected together as one story with an uplifting theme. My kids loved that book.
This year, the creators of The Biggest Story have developed a DVD and CD to accompany the story. The Biggest Story DVD ($14.99) is approximately 30 minutes long. A narrator reads the book, and those same bold, bright illustrations that make the book so captivating are used to animate the DVD movie. My kids loved the DVD, even my 12 year old. My 7 year old pulled out the book and read along while she watched the movie.
The CD ($9.99) is read by the author, Kevin DeYoung. This is perfect to listen to when you’re on the go and want your kids to listen to wholesome entertainment.
Though my kids are older, I imagine kids as young as two or three would be captivated by the DVD and entertained by the CD.
One lucky winner will receive a copy of The Biggest Story DVD and CD. To enter, simply leave a comment here stating why you’d like to win.
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This giveaway, which is open to U.S. and Canadian residents 18+ and older, will end on September 23rd at 11:59 PST.
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