Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Skeeter and the Mystery of the Lost Mosquito Treasure DVD

Max Lucado’s Hermie and Friends
Thomas Nelson

Skeeter isn’t overly excited when he learns that his big brother Sinclair is returning to the garden for a visit. After all, Sinclair is a world famous adventurer, and he is practically perfect. Skeeter, on the other hand, has a crooked stinger, and he feels that everyone makes fun of him because he is far from perfect.

When the garden gang is in awe of Sinclair and fawn all over him, Skeeter isn’t sure what to think. But then he learns that Sinclair has returned in search of a treasure that he believes is hidden somewhere in their garden.

Sinclair can’t find it anywhere, and he needs Skeeter to help him.

SKEETER AND THE MYSTERY OF THE LOST MOSQUITO TREASURE is about being unique, and it really presents this message in a way that is sure to appeal to young kids. My three-year-old and six-year-old sat enthralled by the story line, though it didn’t have the same reaction on my teenagers! They found the whole concept stupid and irritating!

While this DVD may not appeal to teens (and adults) it does appeal to the littler set, and teaches them a valuable lesson as well. This DVD includes special bonus materials. Approximate running time is 60 minutes. Pick up a copy of SKEETER AND THE MYSTERY OF THE LOST MOSQUITO TREASURE DVD for your favorite preschooler today.


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