Worlds Together Cuba Newest Title in Celebrated DVD Series out Sep 9th Review

I was finally able to watch this video on Cuba and to me it's very interesting to see how others live and what their cultures are this video even caught the attention of my son. And this video is perfect cause it's  just in time for National Hispanic Heritage Month. I love how everyone can just sit around and get along and play games and play musical instruments. It's not like that here they have a very nice culture that they should be proud of. 

Cincinnati, OH (August 6, 2014) – The Republic of Cuba is comprised of many islands in the Caribbean spanning hundreds of miles, but in less than 30 minutes you can take it all in thanks to Worlds Together Cuba, the newest title in the DVD series from Master Communications, landing on DVD September 9, 2014, just in time for National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15, 2014).

Worlds Together Cuba takes you on a whirlwind tour of the intriguing nation known as the Pearl of the Antilles. The country includes the main island of Cuba, the Isla de le Juventud, several archipelagos and over 4000 smaller islands and islets. Its economy is comprised mostly of agriculture, with an abundance of sugar plantations, tobacco farms, maize fields, mangoes, pineapples, coffee and rice.  Cuba has many wonderful theatres, museums and churches throughout its beautiful cities, including the capital city of Havana, one of the oldest in the Americas. The country provides free education for its citizens from kindergarten through University and free day care for children seven and under.  You’ll learn all this and so much more … and you won’t even need your passport!

Also available Sept. 9 in the Worlds Together series are Ecuador, which provides an overview of one of South America’s most diverse countries, and Colombia, which takes you throughout the beautiful and fascinating country, from the colonial jewel of Cartegena to the backstreets of Bogota and through the sprawling Amazonas region. Viewers can choose either a Spanish or an English track for these three new releases..

The Worlds Together series originated out of the travels of photographer/songwriter Elmer Hawkes.  The series visits some of the most remote places on Earth, examining topics ranging from history and culture to sports and cuisine and giving viewers an up close and personal introduction to cultures quite different from their own.  Each title introduces facts about the various climates, languages, religions, wildlife, architecture, agriculture, ethnicities and more. Other titles in this series include West Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia and Tibet.

 Each 25-minute World Together DVD title includes a teacher’s guide with more detailed information about the country, quizzes and more. For more information and to purchase these and other Master Communication titles, call 1-800-765-5885 or visit

About Master Communications:
Master Communications is one of the leading distributors of quality educational and informative DVDs in the country.  They are best known for distributing the multi-award-winning Families of the World DVD series
Series:                          Worlds Together
Titles:                           Cuba               ISBN: 978-1-60480-157-6
                                    Ecuador            ISBN: 978-1-60480-158-3
                                    Colombia          ISBN: 978-1-60480-156-9
Category:                      Children and Family, All Ages
R/T:                              Approximately 25 minutes each
Format:                         DVD/Live Action/Closed captioned
Languages:                   English/Spanish
Release Date:               September 9, 2014
SRP:                             $29.95 each, includes PPR

Distributor:                    Master Communications
4480 Lake Forest Drive #302
Cincinnati, OH 45242

Disclaimer: I was sent products for free to review for my honest opinion, from either a PR agency or a company. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. Your opinions may vary from my opinions. 

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