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Review: Owlegories Volume 5: The Lion, The Lamb, and The Bread

February 24, 2017
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On February 21st, Owlegories Volume 5 was released and it does not disappoint. The DVD contains three new episodes titled The Lion, The Lamb, and The Bread.

Violet, Gus, Nora, Joey, and Twitch go on adventures far and wide, including the Serengeti, a toy store, and a bakery. The owls must learn lessons along the way, each illustrating more about the character of God. In The Lion episode, they even learn a bit about Satan and his plan to steal, kill, and destroy. I appreciated they made an evil lion in the episode that was clearly not good, but also not scary for my younger audience.

The episodes are cute, as always, and each of my children continue quoting lines from Gus throughout the day. They sure do love that Gus! What’s not to love about him? The adults in the room watching always chuckle with Gus as well! The Bread episode had my kids rolling on the floor in laughter while The Lion episode introduced “Duke” and all his cuteness. My kids keep asking to watch it again and again.

Bobby Austin and Angie Martinkus each give a special message and recap the lessons learned in the episode. And the creator’s children even got involved for a cute little review as well!

Owlegories Volume 5 is available now on Amazon or you can catch a few deals and score an owl plush on the Owlegories website. Rumor has it that Owlegories Volume 6 is not far off. If you have not yet checked out these adorable little owls, pick them up for your kids or grandkids today. The music is fantastic, the characters are lovable, and God’s truth is shared throughout each episode. Kudos to the creators for giving us such a fun and cute show to watch with our kiddos while learning more about God!

You can also follow Owlegories on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest for deals, discounts, and news regarding new products!

 


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