In this volume of Owlegories, there are three stories:
*The Ant: The children must work together on a mission to collect syrup for the pancakes the professor is making. As part of their mission, the children must learn three ways that followers of Christ should be like the ant. The message of this episode is one of Hard Work.
*The Fruit: The professor sends the children to an apple orchard in order to teach them about the Fruit of the Spirit from Galatians 5. The children learn what all 9 Fruit of the Spirit are in this episode.
*The Butterfly: In this episode, the kids must get over their fear of bugs, as they search for caterpillars in the nature around them. They also must determine three ways that a follower of Christ is like the very bug they are searching for. The message of this video is one of finding true freedom as a believer in God.
The runtime for Owlegories: The Ant, The Fruit, and the Butterfly (retail $9.99) is approximately 34 minutes.
Our Thoughts on the Product
Included with the DVD is a pamphlet that gives information for signing up to receive notification of new episodes of Owlegories as well as the opportunity to receive a promo code to watch a free episode of the series on my smart phone or tablet. I am going to check this out, because I know they would enjoy watching more.
I think my boys reactions says it all. These are cute episodes that teach good lessons about God and His way of life. My favorite was The Fruit because it likened attitudes like anger and greed to rotten apples that fall from a tree and make a mess. This is a great visual and a way for me to remind the boys of their bad attitudes.
I think this video is a good production and one that I definitely recommend. The only drawback, is that I don’t purchase videos anymore because of being able to stream shows on all my devices. I think it would be cool if the purchase of the DVD gave you access to streaming the episodes to your device like other DVDs now offer. If the other DVD of Owlegories goes on sale (because right now $9.99 is too much for me to spend on a short DVD like this), I will definitely be purchasing it for our collection.
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