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SYBIL LUDINGTON

What to know: Sybil Ludington is a sixteen year-old girl who courageously rode over 40 miles to save New York during the Revolutionary War.
SYBIL LUDINGTON is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-12
87 minutes
DVD
KICKS MINISTRIES & VICTORY HARVEST CHURCH INC
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This docudrama addresses the historically accurate story about a young woman who was a true heroine during the Revolutionary War. Its characters are personable and their backgrounds endear them to us. Sybil's family is in a difficult situation. They handle it with bravery and faith in each other and in God. Sybil is courageous and takes on the responsibilities she is given with a maturity we don't see today in 16-year-olds. Knowing that a young person could do what Sybil did proves that children are capable of remarkable things. Kids would be inspired to learn about Sybil's story and perhaps be inspired to take on more responsibilities in their own lives. The films is presented like a documentary and flows well from background information to the immediate struggles during the War. Sybil's friends and siblings have opinions that we learn about just before we learn how courageous she is. Well produced - from costumes and sets, to cinematography and audio content. This portrays a living history adults will enjoy as much as children. If you are interested in American history, you would relish this.
Sybil Ludington is a sixteen year-old girl who courageously rode over 40 miles to save New York during the Revolutionary War. Her father, Colonel Henry Ludington was the commander of the local militia near Fredericksburg, NY. Sybil is known as the 'female Paul Revere' and is a wonderful example of courage and faith.
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