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Libby Liberty: In Search of Super Citizens, by Liberty’s Legacy | Dedicated Review

Review sponsored by Liberty Learning
The Children’s Book Review | November 12, 2016

Libby Liberty: In Search of Super CitizensLibby Liberty: In Search of Super Citizens

Written by Liberty’s Legacy

Edited by Alice Sullivan

Illustrated by Daniel Pagan

Age Range: 4-8

Hardcover: 32 pages

Publisher: Clovercroft Publishing (2016)

ISBN: 978-1942557500

What to expect: Patriotism, Civics, Social Studies

Amazed by how the American people came together as a country after the tragedy of September 11, 2001, Kristen Bowden Sharp found her calling as the Super Citizen Program’s “Libby Liberty.” Kristen tours in a big blue bus and, dressed in her role as “Libby Liberty,” she takes to the stage, sings songs and teaches children about freedom and what it means to be American. Libby Liberty: In Search of Super Citizens is a reflection on these lessons. It offers a solid first look at the duties of citizenship.

Using a candid conversational approach, the reader is invited to take the last seat on the big blue bus and road-trip around the United States in search of Super Citizens. The trip begins with a stop at the White House where the President is introduced. Readers then meet scientists at the Smithsonian Museum, America’s Military men and women at the Veteran’s Memorial, farmers, doctors, volunteers at a voting booth, and a teacher at an elementary school. Both men and women of varied ethnicities are represented in these myriad roles, and, most importantly, the reader gets to see him or herself on the final mirrored page to catch a glimpse at another Super Citizen.


The information included in this book, and the ease with which it is presented, make it a useful tool for discovering the important roles of citizens around the country and highlighting that every person has a part to play. The language is clear and concise and lends itself to being read independently or out loud for a group story time lesson—the latter can be easily enhanced by the free downloadable songs from the Libby Liberty website.

For use in the classroom or at home, this picture book is a good resource for showcasing the everyday heroism that surrounds us in our own communities and beyond.

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About the Author

Liberty’s Legacy creates all-American learning tools to teach children about their important roles in America’s future. We seek to make learning history, civics, character, financial literacy and career readiness exciting through Libby Liberty! Our immersive learning experiences and products aim to teach students to become responsible, outstanding citizens.  

Liberty’s Legacy is a social enterprise whose profits benefit the Liberty Learning Foundation and schools across the country. Proceeds from book sales go directly back into funding the free-for-schools Super Citizen program. We are committed to “Passing the Torch to the Next Generation.”

For more information, please visit LibertysLegacy.com and Facebook.


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Bianca Schulze is the founder of The Children’s Book Review. She is a reader, reviewer, mother and children’s book lover. She also has a decade’s worth of experience working with children in the great outdoors. Combined with her love of books and experience as a children’s specialist bookseller, the goal is to share her passion for children’s literature to grow readers. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, she now lives with her husband and three children near Boulder, Colorado.

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