See below to win VeggeTales Sweetpea Beauty DVD
VeggieTales Sweetpea Beauty: A girl after God’s own heart is a parody of Cinderella and Snow White with a biblical spin. Both stories help girls focus on cultivating inner character traits such as kindness and compassion. They also teach that listening to positive thinking and having positive influences will help your life become better. Lately mainstream media has given a lot of attention to young girls and their outward appearance; for instance, models posing provocative at the age of ten, toddlers in tiaras, and the mom “pretending” to give her daughter botox.
There is nothing wrong with young girls wanting to look good and take pride in their appearances, but young women should also know that their value lies within them. Even some of the most beautiful women in the world may feel that their outward appearance is lacking, but God loves us all and cherishes each of us deeply.
DVD Bonus Features:
- Directors’ Audio Commentary
- Art Gallery
- Sweetpea’s True Beauty Guide For Girls
- “Pants” Silly Songs with Larry Sing-Along
- “More Beautiful” Sing-Along
- Girl Talk – Kids thoughts on true beauty
- Behind The Music of Sweetpea Beauty—An Interview with Nichole Nordeman
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This giveaway begins August 23, 2011 and ends September 10, 2011 and is open to all US residents 18 and older.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post, I am fully funding and sending this giveaway on my own. I want young girls to feel good about who they are.
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