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VeggieTales: Minnesota Cuke And The Search For Noah’s Umbrella

VeggieTales: Minnesota Cuke And The Search For Noah’s Umbrella - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Aug 11, 2009
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Minnesota Cuke And The Search For Noah’s Umbrella: there’s a great big VeggieTales adventure behind this long title, plus a lesson in confidence to boot.

It’s quite the title for one little DVD: Minnesota Cuke And The Search For Noah’s Umbrella. Fortunately, there’s a great big VeggieTales adventure behind the title, plus a really good lesson in confidence to boot.


The Story

This Indiana Jones-done-VeggieTales-style DVD is full of laughs, awkward moments and silly adventures. Minnesota Cuke is played by Larry the Cucumber. He’s a museum curator and part-time detective on the hunt for Noah’s Ark. He soon learns that there’s someone else searching for a powerful umbrella that belonged to Noah.


A Minn continues his quest he’s got to face a few embarrassing challenges to save the umbrella – do you think he’ll have the confidence to go on?


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Bonus Features

  • How To Draw Minnesota
  • Art Gallery
  • Audio Commentary
  • Discussion Guide

VeggieTales: Minnesota Cuke And The Search For Noah’s Umbrella Rating: 4


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