Review from November 19 , 2008 printed in the Deseret News at the end of a review by Dad.
A kid’s view
By Kate, age 7
Let me tell you about Scripture Bugs.
Scripture Bugs is about a boy named Noah. It takes place in Hawaii where he doesn’t have any friends except his imaginary friend bugs. The bugs, with him, are on a football team. Noah shrank to the bugs’ size. He felt down because a bug said something mean, so his dad tells him the story of Moses.
I especially liked the story of Moses because I like how it has bugs and the funny singing group. I liked how his beard kept growing when he was little — it was funny. And you will have to find out the rest by watching it.
There’s a lot of songs. I think my favorite one is “I’m a Child of God.” It goes, “I’m a child of God, I’m one of his people, And for all my life, I’ll stand up against evil.” You see, it’s not the same as the other version “I am a child of God, And he has sent me here.”
I would recommend this movie for your family.
Another kid’s view
By Ellie, age 5
Good! It was good. I liked the part where the boy thinks that he is not good at football. And I liked the part where they sing all the songs.
I liked the story of Moses. It was cool when Moses put out his right arm to open the sea up and then put it out again to close the sea up.
I like how Noah got a good plan in the end of the story — how they got the plan where they change directions. I like this story.
Scripture Bugs ‘The Story of Moses’
Scripture Bugs ‘We Are All Important’ (alternate title)
We’re all Important: the Story of Moses and Aaron (alt. title)