Encourage Unconditional Love with Beauty and the Beet

It’s here! The newest movie from VeggieTales – Beauty and the Beet was released this week. I’ve been sharing a couple of sneak peeks when I shared my VeggieTales Day. As always, it’s a movie with an important message – unconditional love. People aren’t always nice, and sometimes it can be hard to understand why we should love them anyway, but it’s what God wants us to do. Besides, are we always lovable? God loves us anyway, though, right?

“If God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.” (1 John 4:11)

Beauty and the Beet

Disclosure: As a VeggieTales eVEGelist I received the Beauty and the Beet DVD to facilitate my review. Regardless, all opinions are my own and those of my family.

I love how VeggieTales has once again tackled an important topic with a fun, enjoyable movie based on God’s Word.

This message is conveyed in a fun story involving a family who are on a band together. As they go on tour and are headed to the big Vegetable Square Garden but things don’t go as planned. What happens when they get stuck at a hotel with a cranky owner?

Well, I don’t want to ruin the story, but it is a fun movie! Mirabelle is a sweet potato played by Kelly Pickler. She is a fun, new character with an upbeat, sweet personality! Of course, the music in the movie is amazing! It really adds to the whole movie and even includes a bonus Christmas song!

Mirabelle has an admirable persistence to be kind! A little sweet potato with a big heart!

Beauty and the Beet is a fun movie with action, great music, and an important message. It’s one of our new favorite VeggieTales movies!

Be sure to check out all the great free printables to go along with Beauty and the Beet including a discussion guide! We naturally discuss movies after we watch them, but having a discussion guide really helps guide the conversation!

I have a few great Beauty and the Beet Activities to share as well compliments of VeggieTales! Simply click on the link to download them!

Beet’s Easy to Make Tissue Flowers and Crafty Coffee Filter Snow Flakes
Larry’s Ice Cube Experiment and Indoor Snowman
Veggie Tones Snowman Sliders and Larry’s Best Homemade Hot Cocoa
Cook’s Self Made Chef Hat and Finnegan J. Beet’s Chocolate Lollipops
Snowy Day Window Decorations and Veggie Snow Cream

 

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  1. I loved reading your review on Encourage Unconditional Love with Beauty and the Beet! It looks like it’s a really cute video! I absolutely love when my kids can watch a video/movie that has a learning experience attached with it! This one looks really good. I have a feeling that my kids won’t want to watch this movie, however, my grandkids would positively love it! I’ll have to add this one to my “wish list” again! This list keeps on growing! Thanks again for the terrific review of the movie! I honestly do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele 🙂
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  2. Lisa Coomer Queen
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    That is a great message the movie is sending. Unconditional love. Great Review. Enjoyed.

  3. Natalie Nichols says:

    How cute! I bet my niece would love to watch this with us one night.

  4. I love that my granddaughter loves VeggieTales, because of the lessons they give about God’s word. I think this would be a great story for her to watch. It’s good for children to learn early that not everybody is always nice, but that doesn’t mean we just give up on them or say that we don’t care about them. I want her to realize that at one time or another we all are not very nice to be around, but God still loves us so we should love each other too.

  5. judy maharrey says:

    This veggie tail has a great meaning as all of them do. I will look for it for my kids.

  6. we love veggie tales and this looks so cute

  7. Carol Nine says:

    Thanks for the free printables link. They will go great with the movie.

  8. Debbie Bray
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    I really like the message of this movie – unconditional love

  9. Rhea Chladek says:

    This looks like a really cute video. I like the canvas bag too!

  10. I really like these Veggie Tale DVD’s for my grandson, I have a few of them that I have bought for him in the past-

  11. I love this sweet book’s message of unconditional love – so important for kids AND adults!

  12. Thanks so much on the terrific review of Encourage Unconditional Love with Beauty and the Beet! This sounds like a terrific movie! I know that my grandchildren Love the Veggie Tales, however, I don’t know if they have any of their DVD’s or not. I wanted to get this one for Christmas for them, however, I just could not afford it! We had such a “skimpy” Christmas and I am so glad it’s done. Here’s hoping that 2015 brings all of us better, health, wealth and happiness! Thank you so very much for this wonderful review and the information on the Veggie Tales! I truly do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele 🙂
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  13. Rebecca Parsons says:

    VeggieTales is just one of those things that I love for my grandkids to watch. I think it is such a cute play on the original stories.

  14. I simply love veggie tales as much as my kids do. I cant wait to watch this one too.

  15. My kids would enjoy…the Joespeh/Dreamcoat Veggie Tale is their favorite, but this would be great too.

  16. Sounds like a great movie! I love Veggie Tales!
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  17. laurie murley says:

    this so cute i know someone who would love this

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