Minnesota Cuke And The Search For Noah’s Umbrella DVD Review

Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Noah’s Umbrella is a new Veggie Tales DVD from Big Idea. As with all of the Veggie Tales DVDs, this one is full of laughs, awkward moments, and silly adventures.

Larry the Cucumber plays Minnesota Cuke, is a museum curator and part time detective. He is on the hunt for Noah’s Ark but things get messy when he learns that there is someone else searching for a powerful umbrella. This umbrella belonged to Noah.

As Minn continues his quest, he is faced with embarrassing challenges, which he must complete to save the umbrella. Can he do it? Will he have the confidence to go on?

The DVD is 50 minutes and contains bonus features such as: How To Draw Minnesota, Art Gallery, Audio Commentary, Discussion Guide and more.

noah_rgbMy Review: Since Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Noah’s Umbrella teaches about confidence by using laughter and animated characters that many children know and love, children are more apt to follow along and make use of what they learn. There is no need to worry about what is shown in this DVD as it is completely family friendly and teaches solid moral behavior.

My 10 Year Old’s Review:  This is Indiana Jone’s… Veggie Tales style! There aren’t any boulders or flames, but it still has action. I love all the awkward moments and when they show Minn as a little kid playing hide-and-seek. These three kids stole a fish, and Minn tried to rescue it. Then it’s years later, and he’s still trying to rescue the fish… And Bob is up to 1 million and 4 by counting! They have a song or two, then the villian just going “Doo dah dee doo I’m going to have the umbrella doo dah dee doo!” It’s set in Mexico first, then Turkey, then.. some place covered in snow. To put it shortly… This. Movie. Was. AWESOME!

To Purchase: Visit the website and order this DVD for $14.99 and get The Bad Apple DVD Free!

Freebies: Check out photos from this DVD, a contest to enter and view the trailer.

This post was written for Family Review Network as part of a program for Big Idea, who supplied the DVD for review.

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  1. You come up with the cutest videos and DVDs! Just wish my son was still young enough to enjoy them 🙂
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