Big Idea Content Group Releases The VeggieTales Podcast: Very Veggie Silly Stories

Big Idea Content Group Releases
The VeggieTales Podcast:
Very Veggie Silly Stories
Season 1 Now Available
Los Angeles, Calif. – Big Idea Content Group announces the release of season one of The VeggieTales Podcast: Very Veggie Silly Stories, a delightful new podcast featuring the hilarious conversations, entertaining vignettes, silly songs, and faith-filled storytelling of Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and the rest of the VeggieTales crew. Listen here.
“Podcasts are grabbing the attention of many parents looking for stories that engage their kids and teach Biblical values,” said Leslie Ferrell, Senior Vice President of Big Idea, part of the Universal Pictures Content Group. “The Veggies are beloved for infusing a message of faith into the fun they have together, and kids of all ages will laugh and learn listening to the Very Veggie Silly Stories podcast.”
Each episode draws the listener in and weaves together several “pods” or segments that take on relatable theme like ‘true friends,’ ‘thankfulness,’ ‘never giving up,’ and more. The imaginative and entertaining podcast welcomes a special guest on each episode. Guests include Mr. Lunt’s Animal Translations, an astronaut, an Australian photographer, real kids and celebrity guests including Grammy® Award winner Natalie Grant, and GMA Dove Award winners Danny Gokey and Rachael Lampa.
The VeggieTales Podcast: Very Veggie Silly Stories will have listeners glued to the speakers for all the silliness, all the stories, and all the love that is sure to entertain the entire family and help parents teach their kids biblical values.
All major DSP platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google, iHeart Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, etc., will carry the 15- episode audio-only podcast.
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VeggieTales® is distinguished as the most successful faith-based children’s franchise of all time and is a leading animated property in the US with moms of preschoolers. VeggieTales® has an incredible franchise history having sold 75+ million videos, 16 million books, 7 million CDs and 80 million music streams. VeggieTales® enjoyed four seasons as a top-rated series on NBC Saturday mornings, Telemundo and ION TV via the Qubo® children’s programming block. The property’s two theatrical releases, Jonah-A VeggieTales Movie® (2002), and The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything®-A VeggieTales Movie® (2008) rank as top performing children’s films. Currently airing, VeggieTales in the House® is an Emmy® nominated original Netflix
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