Item description for Thankfulness Song (A Veggie Tales Gift Book) by Phil Vischer, Casey Jones & Karen Poth...
Overview The VeggieTales (R) gang have taught so many valuable lessons but none is more important than being thankful for what we have. Children are easily distracted by the constant message that they need more and more stuff. In this charming book, along with an enclosed CD, thanks is offered for the simple things: time, attention, fun, and other blessings so easily taken for granted. A memorable gift for any occasion!
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Studio: Howard Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.29" Width: 6.3" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2007
Publisher Howard Publishing
Series VeggieTales Gift Book
ISBN 1416533931 ISBN13 9781416533931
Availability 0 units.
More About Phil Vischer, Casey Jones & Karen Poth
Phil Vischer was born June 16, 1966 in Muscatine, Iowa and grew-up in Chicago, Illinois.
He attended St. Paul Bible College and got involved with the puppet ministry where he met Mike Nawrocki. Vischer originally wanted to go to film school after Bible college but never made it. He ended up working for Amoco and Montgomery Ward as a truckdriver afterwards.
Vischer founded GRAFx Studios 1989, after buying animation software, in order to produce animated commercials and logos. That same year he animated and directed Mr. Cuke's Screen Test featuring Larry the Cucumber. In early 1993, he teamed up with Mike Nawrocki and started Big Idea Productions (now Big Idea Entertainment).
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 he started Jellyfish Labs a new creative workshop where he produces faith-based projects. In 2007 Vischer expanded the company by launching JellyTelly. Starting in 2010, Vischer produced What's In The Bible, a direct-to-DVD video series using puppetry and animation to present biblical material using a news-broadcast format and puppet characters.
Vischer still works on VeggieTales as a scriptwriter and voice actor, as well as serving as Big Idea's president under a contract by Classic Media.
He currently lives in Wheaton, Illinois with his wife Lisa and two daughters, Sydney and Shelby, and his son, Jeremy.
Vischer has hosted a weekly podcast discussing life in a post-Christian America since 2012. The podcast, co-hosted by Christianity Today editor Skye Jethani and actress Christian Taylor, ranks in the top 100 podcasts regularly.
Spanish Biography: Cuando el animador por computadora, Phil Vischer, busco una nueva manera de integrar la fe con los cuentos, nacio un tomate llamado Bob y un pepino llamado Larry. VeggieTales paso a revolucionar la cinematografia cristiana, vendiendo mas de 40 millones de videos y poniendo sus historias llenas de fe en uno de cada tres hogares norteamericanos con ninos pequenos. Vive con su esposa Lisa, sus tres hijos y un perro en Illinois.
Phil Vischer currently resides in Chicago, in the state of Illinois.
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