The Wonderful World of Benjamin Cello

The Wonderful World of Benjamin Cello

6 Episodes

Follow Benjamin Cello, a winsome country gentleman, as he leads his friends on song-filled adventures through the Land of the Baptized Imagination. Whether it’s dancing in the art-full beauty of Pennywhistle Park, hearing the hallelujah hoedowns of the Big Ol’ Barn, or reading deeply in the mysterious and elevated Book Endless Book Tower, The Wonderful World of Benjamin Cello will captivate your children with the beauty and purity of a God-breathed imagination!

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The Wonderful World of Benjamin Cello
  • Episode 1 - Every Park Needs a Lark

    Episode 1

    Benjamin Cello travels to Penny Whistle Park to visit Lolly Popular and the Cheerful Chums. The friends follow the Lark through the Park, where God has blessed them with all good things.

  • Episode 2 - A Donkey is the Best Friend Ever

    Episode 2

    Miss Gretchen, the music teacher, pays a visit to Benjamin Cello to show him her new toy donkey. The two travel to the Big Ol’ Barn, and hear from Cowboy Roy and the animals how Christ used a donkey to teach the ways of a Humble Servant.

  • Episode 3 - The Prosody Party: Poems & Prayers

    Episode 3

    Professor Wordsworth is hosting a Prosody Party! With the help of the ever hungry Bookworms, Benjamin Cello and the Cheerful Chums study the four most commonly used poetic meters and use them to write fun poetry and to sing a beautiful prayer.

  • Episode 4 - Noah and the Rainbow

    Episode 4

    What’s inside Benjamin Cello’s secret box? The answer takes us back thousands of years to a great deluge, a floating zoo, and one of the most important stories ever told!

  • Episode 5 - A Pocketful of Seeds

    Episode 5

    Annie Appleseed and Benjamin Cello dig into the Parable of the Sower and sing along with Cowboy Roy and the Barnyard Animals as they consider the power of planting seeds of faith.

  • Episode 6 - In The Beginning God Created

    Episode 6

    Benjamin Cello, Professor Wordsworth, and the Bookworms investigate the greatest opening lines of literature, including the magnificent opening words of Genesis: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.