Dirtgirl is a gumboot-wearing girl who grows awesome tomatoes, knows cloud names and drives a big orange tractor. It's a place of bizarre insects, underground tunnels, vaudevillian trained chickens and performing stunt bugs.

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2009  
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 Hayman (52 episodes, 2009)
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Dirtgirl is a gumboot-wearing girl who grows awesome tomatoes, knows cloud names and drives a big orange tractor. It's a place of bizarre insects, underground tunnels, vaudevillian trained chickens and performing stunt bugs.

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6 October 2009 (Canada)  »

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Absolutely engaging and inventive
16 July 2010 | by (Boise, Idaho) – See all my reviews

One of the best new "kids" (I'm 55) shows in a while. The inventive style takes an episode or two to get use to because it is so different. But Cate McQuillen's expressiveness makes it work.

Each episode center's on a "green" activity. The moral of the show it to rethink our wasteful and waste producing materialistic ways in lieu of a simpler and grubbier way of life. It promotes reuse, do-it-yourself, grow-it-yourself and encourages you to not be afraid to get in the dirt and have some fun. The show provides tangibles ways to do it too; whether teaching how to grow your own mushrooms or how to turn a junked bathtub into a useful and artistic carrot garden.

Each episode includes an original and entertaining song. The songs themselves, and Cate McQuillen's singing is reason enough to watch.


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