The Adventures of Good Egg Prince and Pauper, Two Princess: The Sweetie Princess of Gosseville is a parody of prince and the pauper and sequel to The Little House That Stood, Princess and the Popstar, Maclarry & the Stinky Chesse Battle, Partysaraus Rex & Party Central
In the Countertop Larry the Cucumber dressed as a gingerbread man was dropping bread crums on the floor when Bob the Tomato dressed as a Sheperd has a letter from Allison, Danny know Allison wants to know that loving fairy tales and nusrey rhyames
Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber are taking the Veggie kids to Veggie Island on a Cub Sprout camping trip. Junior Asparagus needs to earn his merit badges, and he needs help. But the trip takes a turn when the Cub Sprouts' canoe drifts away. The only way off the island is with a motorboat, but the Veggies can't find the boat's owner. As kids search for the owner, a mystery unfolds, and they discover everything from pirate maps to secret hideouts and buried treasure. Then, in a very Veggie turn of events, kids learn a valuable lesson about helping others.
Once upon a time in Tampalania Kingdom there lived in a place called Cucaroni & Cumberisi village of Mother Gosseville lived a great captain of of Mother Gosseville named Antonio Cucaroni with his other Cucaroni families/villagers, a brave macaroni hero named Poll Tony Macaroni and his Cheesey sidekick named Fred Marlin Cheese in the story of “The Good Egg of Gooseville”, where we meet Mayor Humpty in a eggshell house when Little Bo Peep and all the loved storybook characters. Together they learn how to be a good neighbors and lend a helping hand to those in need. Also in the Cucaroni & Cumberisi village of Mother Gosseville lived a widow villager named Momma Cumberisi with her other Cumberisi families/villagers the next morning there was a brave and loyal princess called the sweetie princess her named in Sweet-a-rella (played by Sweetie Belle) with her villagers and all the loved storybook characters of Mother Gosseville Plus there's a little queen of Mother Gosseville
Meanwhille in a castle of a royal pauper named Dime-o-plumber (played by Diamond Tiara) lived a faitful royal servent (played by Silver Spoon) with a butler-servent named Button-Hop (played by Button Mash)
All the little letters from Charley's alphabet are worried when they discover that Little x has run away. Where could he have gone? And why would he leave his friends behind?
As Charley's alphabet sets off on an adventure to find the missing Little x, children, parents, and teachers will have a great time finding and identifying the "little" letters on every page. Phonics games and a clever story make this the best way ever to learn your a-b-c's.
The three little pigs have just moved to Cabbageville and need a new place to live. As the local builders of Cabbageville present the piggies with plans for their new home, only one builder is followed the wise plans from the “Master Builder’s Handbook!”
Will the piggies make the right choice for their houses and choose the one built on a firm foundation? This hilarious parable reminds us that God’s blueprints for our lives allow us to stand strong in life’s storms.
All the little letters in Charley's alphabet have learned their proper order, from a-z. They're ready to go to school, but suddenly something is wrong! Little i has lost her dot and none of the letters can find it. Can you?
Children, parents, and teachers will have a great time finding and identifying the "little" letters on every page-and when the little letters meet up with a party of "big" letters, the entire alphabet, large and small can be found in one exuberant scene. From games of hide-and-seek to a wealth of teaching tools, you're off on an alphabet adventure-a new way of learning your a-b-c's.
The toys quickly start to sing and dance in a rave-like fashion, aided by a carefree Rex throwing a bubble bath solution into the tub, and blocking the overflow drain with a sponge. However, he suddenly realizes that if the tub overflows, it will leak out into the hall; the bath toys care little if this happens and continue to party. He tries to turn off the water, but only causes the handle to fall off, and the drain stays plugged when he tries to pull it out. Finally, he spots the knob on the faucet that stops the flow from the faucet, but realizes too late that this only diverts the water to the shower head. The tub starts to overflow, the other bath toys oblivious to the problem. Outside the bathroom, Woody and the other toys go to see how Rex is doing when suddenly the bathroom door bursts open and a flood of water pours out.
Here comes your favorite alphabet--and an exciting fire-truck adventure, too!
All the little letters from Charley's alphabet are disappointed when the capital letters won't let them have fun with the grown-up fire truck. What can they do? Join the action as those smart little letters build a fire truck of their very own--and come to the rescue just in time!
Children, parents, and teachers will have a great time finding and identifying the "little" letters on every page. Phonics games and a clever story make this the best way ever to learn your a-b-c's.
Mike and Sulley are visiting Monsters University for the weekend to see how their Oozma Kappa fraternity brothers are doing. The group is throwing its first party, but no one has shown up. However, Mike and Sulley have a plan to liven up the house. Using a borrowed door station, they sneak into a party at the Roar Omega Roar fraternity and steal all of its food and guests to fill the Oozma Kappa house. The supply runs take them through the closet doors of a married couple's bedroom, repeatedly disturbing their sleep.
Once they have the party fully stocked, Scott "Squishy" Squibbles' mother Sherri walks in on it while doing a load of laundry. She is angry with the fraternity, but only because they did not invite her. After lighting a bonfire on the lawn, Sherri introduces the crowd to "door jamming," or jumping from the roof with the help of two doors to land safely on the lawn. The guests congratulate the Oozma Kappas, all eager to pledge to their fraternity.
All the loved storybook characters retured to Cucaroni & Cumberisi village of Mother Gosseville as Sweet-a-rella had married Button-Hop (played by Button Mash) and lived happily ever after by singing "A Friend a Lend a Little Hand"
Back at the Countertop a Mother Gosse had eating a gingerbread costume but Larry kinda tickled and QWERTY's Verse just said's that it's Matthew 7:24-27 & Luke 10 27-37
- See Also:The Adventures of Good Egg Prince and Pauper, Two Princess: The Sweetie Princess of Gosseville:Cast
- VeggieTales in the House Theme Song (Intro)
- Macaroni and Cheese (Opening intro)
- Impossible (instrumental)
- Chog Norrius (instrumental)
- Cabbageville Repsise (instrumental)
- Good Morning Master Mayor
- To Be A Princess
- Roar (written and performed by Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso)
- BT - Original Theme from Partysaurus Rex
- Lend a Little Hand
- What We Have Learned (disco vesion)
QWERTY's Verse Edit
Matthew 7:24-27 & Luke 10 27-37
- a parody of The Prince and The Puaper
- a sequel to Celery Night Fever, The Little House That Stood, Princess and the Popstar & Maclarry & the Stinky Chesse Battle
- a parody of Partysaraus Rex
- This is the second appearance of the Pigs, first being "Astonishing Wigs" from "Princess and the Popstar".
- Qwerty's Verses Were: Matthew 7:24-27 & Luke 10 27-37
- a sequel to Party Central