A Big Idea from VeggieTales

A fresh serving of “veggie” games, lessons, and fun are now available online!  Big Idea Entertainment has launched its brand-new website for children VEGGIETALES.COM®

Press Release:

FRANKLIN, TN (March 1, 2011) Big Idea Entertainment, the leading faith-based studio and producer of children’s and family programming, characters and brands, announced today the launch of an all-new VeggieTales-themed website for children at www.VeggieTales.com. VeggieTales fans nationwide can now experience the highly interactive and entertaining new site that incorporates many fun and engaging features based on the popular VeggieTales characters, stories and lessons associated with the brand.

Fan favorite VeggieTales character Larry the Cucumber greets visitors on the website’s homepage. He helps to fully immerse children and their parents in the wide range of games, video clips, silly songs, interactive story books, e-cards, character pages, Bible verses, the customizable “My Room” feature, and downloadable take-away play activities including coloring pages and cut-outs the site hosts. During each visit, Larry the Cucumber says funny whimsical phrases and offers nuggets of advice to children and parents navigating the site.

“We developed VeggieTales.com with our current fans in mind, but we hope the website excites and endears a new group of VeggieTales enthusiasts as well,” said Leslie Ferrell, General Manager of Big Idea Entertainment. “We will continue to add fresh content to the site each month, making it a unique and exciting experience for visitors every time they return. We hope you’ll join Larry the Cucumber, Bob the Tomato, Petunia Rhubarb, Junior Asparagus and the rest of the Veggie bunch at our new home!”

In addition to the many interactive features on the site, VeggieTales.com includes a special resource section for parents, churches and schools. There is also a link to access a brand new VeggieTales consumer products store, with over 500 VeggieTales products available.

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