Liberty's Kids

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  • TV-Y7
  • 2002
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.9  (1,172)

The animated television series Liberty's Kids is geared toward audiences that range in age from 7 to 14 with the purpose to teach them about the origins of the United States of America. The series focuses on major events that happened in the U.S. such as the Revolutionary War, Declaration of Independence and the Boston Tea Party just to name a few. Celebrities such as Walter Cronkite, Sylvester Stallone, Ben Stiller, Billy Crystal, Dustin Hoffman, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Don Francisco's voices were used for the series. Liberty's Kids was originally Kevin O'Donnell's idea and written by Doug McIntyre. It then was produced by DIC Entertainment and later aired on PBS Kids. The series aired on several networks until finding a home on qubo in 2012. It's a 30 minute show that includes commercials, guessing games, riddles and continental cartoons. September 2, 2002 was the airing of the first episode of Liberty's Kids which was titled Boston Tea Party. Through My Own Eyes was the theme song which was performed by Aaron Carter and Kayla. The Boston Tea Party episode was basically about characters named Sarah, Moses, James and Henri who was at the wrong place at the wrong time. They were caught in the middle of gang patriots whose sole purpose was to aboard the ship and destroy the tea cargo. In this episode Adam Sandler made a guest appearance. Liberty's Kids is a historical fictional television series that educates young kids about the United States history. It's an adventure for kids to explore and learn about events and heroes of America. It covers events that happened starting from 1773 to 1789 and the Revolutionary War as well as the aftermath. Liberty's Kids began on Labor Day and there were a total of 40 episodes all of which ended on April 3, 2003 but PBS continued to play the series until 2004. Shout! Factory released Liberty's Kids DVD which contained all 40 episodes on October 14, 2008.

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Sybil Ludinton
201. Sybil Ludinton
September 2, 2002
Sixteen-year-old Sybil Ludington makes her own midnight ride in Westchester County, New York. Benedict Arnold fights for respect from Congress.
The Hessians are Coming
203. The Hessians are Coming
September 4, 2002
While General Horatio Gates battles Burgoyne at the Battle of Saratoga, James is captured by British and Hessian forces as a spy.
Honor and Compromise
206. Honor and Compromise
September 7, 2002
The States struggle to unite politically before the arrival of the French Ambassador.
Not Yet Begun to Fight
208. Not Yet Begun to Fight
September 9, 2002
In a long, desperate battle, John Paul Jones and his wildly outgunned Bonhomme Richard defeat the British Serapis off the coast of England.
The Great Galvaz
209. The Great Galvaz
November 7, 2002
Spanish Governor Bernardo de Galvez aides the American cause by capturing Baton Rouge, Natchez and Mobile from the British.
Bostonians
211. Bostonians
November 9, 2002
Sarah and Henri join the Adams family in Massachusetts just as John and his son John Quincy return from France and are reunited with Abigail.
Benedict Arnold
212. Benedict Arnold
November 10, 2002
James, Sarah and Henri are there when Arnold tries to hand West Point over to British.
Conflict in the South
213. Conflict in the South
November 7, 2002
General Nathanael Greene replaces Horatio Gates as the American commander in the south.
Deborah Samson: Soldier of the Revolution
214. Deborah Samson: Soldier of the Revolution
November 8, 2002
Deborah Samson masquerades as a man so she can enlist in the Continental army.
James Armistead
215. James Armistead
November 9, 2002
Virginia slave James Armistead joins Lafayette and spies on Benedict Arnold.
Yorktown
216. Yorktown
November 10, 2002
The climatic battle of the war. After a long siege, Cornwallis surrenders. It's a huge victory for the Americans, but Washington is not yet convinced the war is over
Born Free and Equal
217. Born Free and Equal
November 7, 2002
Massachusetts slave Mum Bett sues for her freedom. When she wins, she renames herself Elizabeth Freeman.
The Man Who Wouldn't Be King
218. The Man Who Wouldn't Be King
November 8, 2002
Ben Franklin and John Adams sign the peace treaty with England, ending the Revolutionary War, but General Washington must thwart a potential uprising by his frustrated officers.
Going Home
219. Going Home
November 9, 2002
With the signing of the Treaty of Paris, loyalists are forced to leave their homes.
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Description

The animated television series Liberty's Kids is geared toward audiences that range in age from 7 to 14 with the purpose to teach them about the origins of the United States of America. The series focuses on major events that happened in the U.S. such as the Revolutionary War, Declaration of Independence and the Boston Tea Party just to name a few. Celebrities such as Walter Cronkite, Sylvester Stallone, Ben Stiller, Billy Crystal, Dustin Hoffman, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Don Francisco's voices were used for the series.

Liberty's Kids was originally Kevin O'Donnell's idea and written by Doug McIntyre. It then was produced by DIC Entertainment and later aired on PBS Kids. The series aired on several networks until finding a home on qubo in 2012. It's a 30 minute show that includes commercials, guessing games, riddles and continental cartoons.

September 2, 2002 was the airing of the first episode of Liberty's Kids which was titled Boston Tea Party. Through My Own Eyes was the theme song which was performed by Aaron Carter and Kayla. The Boston Tea Party episode was basically about characters named Sarah, Moses, James and Henri who was at the wrong place at the wrong time. They were caught in the middle of gang patriots whose sole purpose was to aboard the ship and destroy the tea cargo. In this episode Adam Sandler made a guest appearance.

Liberty's Kids is a historical fictional television series that educates young kids about the United States history. It's an adventure for kids to explore and learn about events and heroes of America. It covers events that happened starting from 1773 to 1789 and the Revolutionary War as well as the aftermath. Liberty's Kids began on Labor Day and there were a total of 40 episodes all of which ended on April 3, 2003 but PBS continued to play the series until 2004. Shout! Factory released Liberty's Kids DVD which contained all 40 episodes on October 14, 2008.

Liberty's Kids is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (66 episodes). The series first aired on September 2, 2002.

Where to Watch Liberty's Kids

Liberty's Kids is available for streaming on the PBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Liberty's Kids on demand at Amazon Prime, Vudu, Hoopla and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 2, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (1,172)