Me, Myself, & Bob

Me, Myself, & Bob

A True Story About God, Dreams, and Talking Vegetables

Book - 2006
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Larry. Bob. Archibald. These Veggie Tales stars are the most famous vegetables you'll ever eat. Oops, meet. Their antics are known around the world. But so much of the Veggie Tale story hasn't been told. In Me, Myself, and Bob, Phil Vischer, founder of Big Idea and creator of Veggie Tales, gives a behind-the-scenes look at his not-so-funny journey with the loveable veggies. From famed creator to bankrupt dreamer, Vischer shares his story of trial and ultimate triumph as God inspired him with one big idea after another.
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Nelson Books, c2006
ISBN: 9780785222071
0785222073
Branch Call Number: 791 .4334 VIS
Characteristics: ix, 260 p. ;,22 cm
Alternative Title: Me, myself, and Bob

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bwortman Mar 28, 2013

I went into this book knowing only it was a book from the guy who'd created Veggie Tales, which I'd been a fan of since the age of 11 or so. I had had no idea of the many issues that were occurring behind the scenes. Vischer is honest in his recounting of the events surrounding the rise and fall of his dream and recognising his own flaws that contributed towards the latter, with hints of humour you would expect from the man responsible for writing several Veggie Tales scripts. Vischer also shares how the experiences he had changed his perception and relationship with God, making some points that I found particularly meaningful and relevant.

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BethHMW
Sep 19, 2011

In this memoir, Phil Vischer briefly discusses his family background and formative years. But the major focus is his journey realizing the dream that was Big Ideas Productions, Inc. and the children's series Veggie Tales. Detailing the meteoric rise and the then very painful implosion of the company he created, Vischer explores his own faith and relationship with God throughout that period of his life. I went into this book knowing only it was a book from the guy who'd created Veggie Tales, which I'd been a fan of since the age of 11 or so. I had had no idea of the many issues that were occurring behind the scenes. Vischer is honest in his recounting of the events surrounding the rise and fall of his dream and recognising his own flaws that contributed towards the latter, with hints of humour you would expect from the man responsible for writing several Veggie Tales scripts. Vischer also shares how the experiences he had changed his perception and relationship with God, making some points that I found particularly meaningful and relevant.

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