The Fantastic World: The Odyssey of Tiny Pirate and Other Tales

DVD Release: May 3, 2011
The Fantastic World: The Odyssey of Tiny Pirate and Other Tales
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Synopsis

Join Bill, Charles, and all your favorite characters in four Fantastic World adventures! First, Bill has trouble accepting Charles’ new friend, Tiny Pirate. Next, Charles learns what it means to be responsible when he forgets to do his chores. Finally, everyone has to band together to help Tiny Pirate save his ship from the mischievous Heeby Jeeby. Plus, see Bill do martial arts in his dojo and watch Charles build crazy things in his Tree-Top Toy Shop.

Help your children understand from a biblical perspective what it means to be responsible, accept others, show respect, and what it means to be a good friend. Dove-approved for all ages, The Odyssey of Tiny Pirate is an excellent combination of comedy and encouragement.

Dove Review

“Tiny Pirate” is a slapstick tale of two friends, Charles and Bill. We watch as Bill struggles to accept Tiny Pirate who appears to be much different from him. Another tale finds Charles behaving irresponsibly and causing much frustration for his more responsible friend. Each adventure shows Bill and Charles working through life’s challenges. The challenges occasionally test their friendship. However, Charles and Bill learn to work together to help Tiny Pirate, as he encounters a shifty Heeby Jeeby who conspires to take over Tiny Pirate’s ship.

Throughout this zany tale, the theme of friendship, creativity, responsibility and acceptance of others are woven into each vignette. This frolic of fun will bring laughter to little ones while they learn some very important lessons. We are happy to award the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this fine tale!

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Small amount of martial arts.

Info

Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Genre: Children
Runtime: 22 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Nancy Bouwens