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Teach Children the Ten Commandments with 'Hoop Dogz'

Teach Children the Ten Commandments with 'Hoop Dogz'

(August 10, 2012)
(Rock Rapids, IA) - Teach children the Ten Commandments with Hoop Dogz, a humorous series of faith-based cartoons now available in a four DVD set from Bridgestone Multimedia Group.

Set in the urban neighborhood of Wobble Hill, the series follows 9-year-old V.J. Bumpus and his best friends, the flighty Weiner and the level-headed Trina, who share a passion for basketball. Together, the computer animated characters experience four fun-filled adventures, including God Is #1, A Promise Is a Promise, Stealing's Uncool, and God Good. Idols Bad!

"The Hoop Dogz are a fun, faithful group that teach charming and valuable lessons that kids can relate to when learning about the Ten Commandments," said Donna Rolfe in her review for the Dove Foundation, which awarded the series its Family-Approved Seal for viewers of all ages. "The Hoop Dogz show how to relate these rules in everyday situations that kids can associate in their own lives."

Created by Jim Jinkins and David Campbell, who also produced popular shows like Doug, PB&J Otter, and Stanley, the these four episodes include bonus features like hip-hop karaoke, printable coloring sheets and posters, and the music video "Ten Simple Rules" by MercyMe.

Each DVD in the series may also be purchased separately.

Related: Hoop Dogz: 4 DVD Set




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