Freebie in the Name of Liberty’s Kids

There are DVDs my daughter watches because I’m just too exhausted to fight her. Then there are the movies I sit and watch with her, then let her watch again – and actually admit it.

When I heard Liberty’s Kids was hitting the DVD rack, I slipped it right on the Christmas list. The PBS show follows a path straight through the American Revolution in an animated kid series that puts kids in the center of the action. Voiced by the likes of the most trusted man in America (the one and only Walter Cronkite), Billy Crystal, Ben Stiller, the Governator Schwarzenegger and more, the episodes are well written, well acted and well drawn.

They’re proof that educational kids TV doesn’t have put us to sleep. They caught my eye in reruns a few years ago when I was pregnant and more-or-less housebound, and now they’re back, in a full series DVD set to hit shelves on Tuesday, the 14th, courtesy of SHOUT Factory.

And lucky for Inside Out readers, SHOUT Factory has sent me two copies of the Liberty’s Kids series on DVD, worth $45 each, to give away!

Want to win? Tell me in comments your favorite PBS show – current or past – and why. Grab my badge and/or blog about the contest for an extra entry, but make sure you come back to leave the link. Contest will run until Wednesday, October 15, and it’s open to U.S. and Canada residents. Make sure you come back on the 16th to see if you’ve won, or subscribe so you’ll be the first to know when new giveaways go up and winners are announced!

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  1. well zoom and seame street younger and loved julia child- she was so funny

  2. Sesamie Street. We like Grover.donna444444@yahoo.com

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  4. The kids love Sesame Street, and my husband and I liked the reality type pioneer shows they had. akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

  5. My son really likes “Super Why” right now. He is into “heros”, so Super Why totally fits the bill!My favorite PBS show is probably a tie between Mr. Rogers and Sesame Street, although now that I am an adult I like the documentaries they have.onlycancan at hotmail dot com

  6. I enjoy when they have musicians and book authors speaking! Thanks, Cindijchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

  7. My son LOVES Libertys Kids! Growing up I loved Sesame Street and Mr Rogers.

  8. Well Big Bird of course…….hehe……..4 kids I have watched a lot of Sesame Street.jen62728@aol.com

  9. My favorite was Frangle Rock! I loved the songs!!Kritta22@hotmail.com

  10. My little girl love Word World. I always likes Fraggle Rock, though.

  11. I am still a lover of Sesame Street. It’s one of the few shows I will let my daughter watch on television.

  12. I added your button to my blog!

  13. My favorite’s were Electric Company and Liberty’s Kids, but my kids love Fetch and Cyberchase.ldsmom2201 at yahoo dot comhttp://juanshappywife.blogspot.comhttp://homeschoolunitstudies.blogspot.com

  14. honestly, My Mom told me that as a child I had a major crush on Mr. Rogers….mariajoy@hotmail.com

  15. We really liked Mr. Rogers.pkildow at gmail dot com

  16. My favorite PBS kids show is “It’s a big world”…the characters are so cute and their songs are always stuck in your head afterwards…for a long time. My girls love the frogs and so do I.Great giveaway, please count me in!!!

  17. My favorite PBS show was Colonial House, it was a reality type thing where they made a group of people live the lives that the Colonists lived. it was insightful and awesome!mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

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  20. My kids love Ruff Ruffman, and what parent doesn’t love it when their kids love educational shows LOL.

  21. For me it had to be School House Rock. My son is a big fan of Clifford and Curious George.

  22. I love all the history programs PBS offer.

  23. I love Reading Rainbow…. a few people in my family have been guest readers and I always wanted to watch to see if they would be on. My daughter isn’t into TV yet, but loves Sesame Street music. We both love Cookie πŸ™‚

  24. Hands down Sesame Street! My boys love esp the older ones! We love cookie monster here!cade will 14 @ yahoo . com

  25. I have your button on my blog πŸ™‚

  26. I am a subscriber πŸ™‚

  27. I remember being so excited when Reading Rainbow came on. I also loved 3-2-1 Contact and the Electric Company. Thank God for PBS πŸ™‚

  28. Sesame Street is my family’s favorite.janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  30. I loved Fraggle Rock when I was growing up, but now I would have to say Cailou. DS loves it and I don’t mind when he watches it because it explains different life situations for him on his leave of learning.

  31. Of COURSE, Sesame Street!! As an adult, I also enjoy Antiques Roadshow.Brandilawyer180@yahoo.com

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