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God Is Bigger Than Boogieman - Sound

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Based on the popular VeggieTales song, the characters reassure children that God is bigger than their fears. Imagined monsters and threatening-looking shadows can fill a child's mind with fear, but God is always watching over us. That is the message of this colorful new book, based on the popular VeggieTales song, 'God Is Bigger Than the Boogie Man.' Through simple rhyming ...more
Board Book, 16 pages
Published August 1st 2014 by WorthyKids/ideals
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A.C. Bauch
My little one loved the song this book plays. Kind of made me glad we'd borrowed it from the library, so I don't have to hear it again. :0)
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Phillip Robert Vischer is an American voice actor, puppeteer, writer, animator and songwriter known for creating the animated video series "VeggieTales" with partner and friend Mike Nawrocki.

From 1993 to 2002, Vischer led the company as lead director and writer. In 2003 (after the release of "Jonah") Big Idea went bankrupt, and Vischer sold the company to Classic Media and left the company.

In 2005
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