Friday, April 29, 2011

The Best Kind of Bug Collection

With spring thawing out the land and awakening insects, I have to admit that bugs are not one of my favorite topics. But Max Lucado's team of bug characters are another story altogether.

Based on Max Lucado's Hermie book series, children learn some valuable life lessons with the help of ladybugs, bees, caterpillars and other crawling critters. In the DVD set, A Bug Collection, Volume 3, children will learn the importance of prayer, the priority of using good manners and the futility of petty fighting with the help of some pretty cute bugs.

This film series would make a great addition to any library--public, church or home. And while your kids laugh and giggle over the antics of bugs, they'll learn about God and how he expects his children to live. Sometimes it helps to remove a child from their own world to see how their actions affect others and how they can behave better. As a parent, any reinforcement I can get from outside sources is a good thing.

And who wouldn't want to hang out for a few hours with these adorable critters?

If the bugs at my house were this cute, I'd roll out the welcome mat and build them houses of their own. If these tiny critters can learn a thing or two about prayer, getting along and manners, then so can your kids.

You can purchase this DVD collection directly from Thomas Nelson for $19.99 or from one of the following retailers:
To read other reviews about this DVD collection, visit Book Sneeze.

Visit the Hermie & Friends website for other Hermie resources as well as games and activities for kids.

Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of A Bug Collection, Volume 3 from Thomas Nelson's Book Sneeze program for the purpose of reviewing. No other compensation was received.

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