Liberty’s Kids: The Complete Series on DVD {$6.49 shipped!}

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Thanks to a recommendation from a friend, I recently purchased Liberty’s Kids: The Complete Series on DVD, mainly because it was on sale 😉 You know I love a good deal, and it can’t hurt to have fun resources for the girls when things get hectic. Or you know, for those weeks when we aren’t home long enough to do much. Ha!

Anyway, the 40-episode series is still on sale on Amazon for $6.49, and comes with free Prime or Super Saver shipping.

History comes alive in this excellent Emmy and Humanitas Award-nominated 40-episode, animated series about the experiences of two young teens during the American Revolution. Far more than a simple chronicle of the battles and major events of the American Revolution, Liberty’s Kids tells the story of the cultural, scientific, political, and social forces that helped shape America’s fight for independence from the perspective of two young teens from very different backgrounds. Sarah is a young English woman living in America who maintains a strong sense of loyalty to England and James is a printer’s apprentice living the American dream, but feeling the constraints of British oppression. Working together on Benjamin Franklin’s newspaper the “Pennsylvania Gazette,” Sarah and James often find their interpretations of current events differ markedly and the pair constantly grapples with tough issues like slavery, self-governance, fair representation, and the role of women in battle and politics.

While I was there, I also bought Schoolhouse Rock. I know, I know… this should have already been in my DVD library {Conjunction junction, what’s your function?}. I have remedied that error, and the girls fell it love with it immediately.

Amazon’s prices can change at anytime. Be sure to verify that the price is still $6.49 or one at which you don’t mind paying before clicking the “purchase” button. Also, to get the free Super Saver Shipping, you have to have a total qualifying purchase of $25 or more. Prime members do not have to buy anything extra to receive the free Prime shipping.

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