Veggie Tales’ The Princess and the Popstar: A Story of Trading Places ~Review & Giveaway~

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My little princess and I were lucky enough to sit down and watch Veggie Tales’ Princess and the Popstar DVD together. The Princess and the Popstar is about two little girls, one named Princess Poppyseed and the other Vanna Banana.  There lives cross paths and they come up with a plan to switch lives.  They soon realize that when they got the life they’d dreamed for it was not quite what they had dreamt it would be.


The show was really cute and had lots of fun music.  It was pretty funny and I couldn’t help but think of a very popular show about a girl whose name rhymed with Vanna Banana (Hannah Montana).  They even had a song that was like hers.  It was pretty funny.  The bonuses at the end included a silly sing along that my princess had fun singing with.
Here is a clip from the show

Buy It
Veggie Tales the Princess and the Popstar is available on August 16th at all major DVD retail outlets for $14.93.
Win It!
How would you like to win a copy of this DVD?  One Oh So Savvy Mom reader will be lucky enough to win a copy valued at $14.93!  This giveaway is open to US and will run from Aug. 12th to Aug. 27th at 12:01 a.m. CT.  Good luck!


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  1. Jayne @ Mimi to Tee and Bee says
    Veggie Tales is a great company, IMO. My kids grew up watching them and now I'd like to introduce them to Tee. I think she would probably like"The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything." We're kind of a pirate loving family around here. Biggest win of my sweeping career was from Veggie Tales. It was a trip to Panama City Beach. Great, great memories and great people to work with.
  2. You can't go wrong with Veggie Tales. I recently got the Land of Hazz and my kids seriously watched it once or more a day during their "free time" for a week until I told them they had to pick something they hadn't seen in the last week :).
  3. Veggie Tales has some great videos, I am glad that they are coming up with more for girls like "Sweetpea Beauty" I also really like their books. The Jonah book is also one that my children would enjoy.