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I have kids aged 6-8 and they are highly entertained by What's in the Bible. They've loved Veggie Tales for years and are big fans of Phil Visher. What's in the Bible is not only entertaining but they learn a lot of very high lever biblical information too. It's very informative and done in a way that gets them to understand in a kid friendly way. Well done, funny, enlightening and enjoyable.
We love What's In The Bible! It would have been a more fun way to learn Bible history than the classes I took in college. And kids LOVE it.
Great series here. My kids are learning a lot about the Bible! So much better than most other Christian cartoon dvds! And they also think it's hilarious. They laugh and laugh!
My kids LOVE Buck Denver. It's so adorable to hear them singing the songs and learning all about the bible. Highly recommended!!
bought this for our young son after watching some previews online. Buck Denver does not disappoint. All the characters, puppets and animation are extremely professional and well done. Volume One and Two (all we have in our collection so far) give a lot of church history, which we also love. Our son loves "Chuckwagon" the singing cowboy best and we have been very impressed with the amount of info our son has already retained. We will be purchasing the rest of the DVD's over time.
These are some of our favorite movies for the kids. Our children love watching these and they learn so much about the bible. My 8 year old is surprising me with all that he has learned and remembers from these videos. We even signed up for JellyTelly.com so the kids can have access to Christian shows and learn even more about God and the Bible.
Simply fantastic stuff. I highly recommend it for any Christian with kids.
I'm actually starting a second set of the whole series because it's such a fun and interesting way for my grandkids to walk through the Bible. The second group of younger grandkids don't attend Christian school so I feel this series is an important learning tool in their growing up years. I enjoy watching it with them too!
Great but hard to keep the attention of little ones. I'm not sure if maybe the information is too technical or just above a 7 year old but I enjoyed more then she did.