My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
While books are my favorite form of media and entertainment for both myself and my children, I also find that Biblically based movies can have a place in teaching, too. This newest release from Thomas Nelson does a fine job of teaching children – and even some adults – about loving others.
When some new Ants move into town it looks like Antonio may be loosing his spot as top ant. However, through love – even when he doesn’t feel like it – he wins some friends instead of enemies. Just as in real life, some of his friends don’t understand why he is choosing love.
While this movie ends good, unlike some of real life’s experiences, it proves to be a great source of encouragement, Biblically based teaching, and wholesome entertainment for the whole family. It teaches lessons on a topic that all kids will face at one point in time and gives parents a great way to begin some discussion or refer to as an example in conversations with their children.
Don’t turn off the T.V. when the credits roll or you will miss the short film of “Caterpilla” which my daughters thought was so much fun!
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This review copy was courtesy of BookSneeze.com and this opinion is my own.