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PBS Distribution today announced the lineup from PBS KIDS that will begin streaming on the PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel in March, including a special one-hour movie, I am Madam President, from PBS KIDS’ newest series, “Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum.” Yadina has plans to make a run for the White House and is shocked to learn there has never been a female President in the United States, and goes on a journey into the past to meet some of the great female trailblazers in history. Also streaming in March is “Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum: Volume 4,” where Xavier and friends meet super star, Jackie Robinson and President and First Lady, Theodore and Eleanor Roosevelt. Then, Odd Squad treks around the globe to the Far East, London, and the Sahara Desert for the Mobile Unit’s first official cases, in Volume 13

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Families can find full episodes of PBS KIDS series for free on their local PBS station, the PBS KIDS 24/7 channel and live stream and PBS KIDS digital platforms, including and the PBS KIDS Video app.

Odd Squad: Volume 13
The Mobile Unit has its first case all the way across the world in Japan in the episode Portalandia/Slides and Ladders. The team must return a plant to the 17th dimension, which disappoints Orla because she thinks the task is super simple. All it requires is putting together a build-it-yourself portal. In the episode, Orla’s Birthday/Jeremy, Omar has great plans to surprise Orla with a 500th birthday party. But, due to some intense Odd Squad history, normal party gifts aren’t going to fare well with her, so Omar and Oswald search for the perfect gifts. Other episodes include Running on Empty and The Thrill of the Face/Raising the Bar.

Yadina decides she wants to be president someday and is shocked to learn that no girl has ever been President of the United States. How can she do something that’s never been done before? In this one-hour adventure, I am Madam President, Yadina goes on a journey into the past to meet some of the great female trailblazers in history, including Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Amelia Earhart and Sally Ride, and learns that just because something’s never been done before doesn’t mean you can’t do it. 

Xavier Riddle, his sister Yadina and their friend Brad go back in time and meet historical sports figures, artists and a First Lady of the United States in “Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum: Volume 4.” In the episode, I am Jackie Robinson/I am Anna Pavlova, Yadina meets legendary baseball player, Jackie Robinson, who helps her figure out what to do when a kid on the playground makes up unfair rules.

She watches as Jackie meets unfair treatment on his way to the majors, but instead of retaliating, he takes the high road and inspires Yadina and the whole country to think differently about how they treat people. In, I am Theodore Roosevelt/I am Eleanor Roosevelt, the future First Lady of the United States shows Xavier how he can make the most out of a job he considers to be the worst job of all at the museum: greeter. Xavier sees how Eleanor makes the most of her dance lessons by teaching impoverished kids in the neighborhood. Then, she uses her position as First Lady to help millions around the world, including Xavier, who turns his job as greeter into a way to help people. Other episodes in Volume 4 include I am Lou Gehrig/I am Marie Owens and I am Mary Leakey/I am Alexander Hamilton.


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