Ryan Defrates: Secret Agent - Episode 11: The Robot Recital DVD

Ryan faces a retired piano teacher and her robotic instrument army and learns the importance of diligence and hard work.

Approximately 25 minutes; Recommended for ages 6-12
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After years of students refusing to practice, an embittered piano teacher finally snaps. She has created an army of robotic instruments programmed to destroy all bad music! Meanwhile, Ryan – a piano playing dropout – must learn to work diligently no matter how tedious the task if he's to reprogram the army and save the day!

Key Theme: Diligence – God wants us to put our whole heart into everything we do.

Ryan Defrates: Secret Agent is an animated action-adventure series about a young spy with a whole lot to learn! He’s arrogant and reckless and always insists on working alone.  That is, until the day he’s paired with a very unlikely partner…his mom! Deb Defrates is NOT a spy. She knows more about cutting coupons then cutting down on crime, but her wisdom and kindness somehow always seem to save the day.

Each fun, action-packed story contains strong moral values and a Christian worldview. At the end of each episode, a brief wrap-up connects the story with a biblical illustration. Designed for ages 6-12, ­Ryan Defrates: Secret Agent­ presents time-tested values to a new generation of children.




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