Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Liberty's Kids Complete Series Review and Giveaway

animated series for kids, Revolutionary War, Millcreek EntertainmentAs a parent I am always trying to find new educational programming for my children that is fun but entertaining at the same time. I know that American History can be boring at times and it hard for children to be interested it in it. It is very important that children learn about the historical facts. Liberty's Kids is one of my favorite animated series for kids. Liberty's Kids is an animated series geared just for kids. The recommend ages for this series is for ages 7 and up. Although my son enjoys watching this series and he is five years old. This series help teaches kids about the Revolutionary War history in a great way children will be interested in. 

This Dvd series has been released on July 16th. In this dvd series you may recognize some of the voices in this series. Their are some guest voice you may recognize such as Annette Bening, Dustin Hoffman, Michael Douglas, Whoopi Goldberg, and Liam Neeson. 

 I enjoy watching this series with my son. I even try to catch some of the episodes on TV when they are on. Although it hard to find this series on TV. This series is about Benjamin Franklin and his teenage reporters. The reporters confront the real and physical dangers of the American Revolution. I love how you will find each adventure fun and exciting although your young child will be taking in great information. I love how there are 40 episodes in this DVD. You can find this DVD and your local store or on


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Disclosure:  I received a copy of this DVD series for review purposes.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own and based upon my experience with the product.


  1. Love that this series can be used for summer learning and next year when we start homeschooling!


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