Paws & Tales: Seeing the Unseen

MPAA Rating: G

Entertainment: +3

Content: +4

The popular kids radio series Paws & Tales, from Chuck Swindolls Insight for Living, has now gone 3-D. The first episode, Seeing the Unseen, is an adventure story, set in the town of Wildwood at the base of Wild Mountain, that is entertaining for the whole family and teaches a valuable lesson. C.J., Staci, Ned and Gooz have a camping trip planned with Paw Paw Chuck on Wild Mountain. Before they leave, they meet a new friend, Wally Wicket, and convince him to join them on the trip. On the hike to Precipice Lake, C.J. discovers that Wally doesnt believe in anything he cant see, including God. C.J., Paw Paw Chuck and the other animals try to figure out how they can see the unseen. In the process, the group encounters a violent windstorm, a scary grizzly bear and a rough nights sleep in a cave. But through the trouble, Wally discovers some very real things that cant be seen.

Paws & Tales: Seeing the Unseen is an action-packed story that has all of the qualities of a great childrens cartoon series. It will keep your children entertained and wanting to watch it again and again. Veggie Tales fans are sure to fall for the gang of Paws & Tales. Seeing the Unseen became available through Christian bookstores on November 16, 2004. It will be available March 15, 2005, at and early April in all big-box outlets. Preview heartily recommends adding Paws & Tales to your video/DVD collection. And keep an eye out for future episodes

Preview Reviewer: Audra Altic
Providential Pictures]

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Intended Audience: All ages

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