Scout And The Gumboot Kids

July 2017
08:00

Season 2, Episode 14 (The Case Of The Growing Bird Feeder)

3.0 4 x
Scout sends the Gumboot Kids to a garden to find a bird feeder that grows as he waters it.
08:00

Season 2, Episode 12 (The Case Of The Crying Tree)

3.0 0 x
After Scout tells them he's seen a crying tree, the Gumboot Kids set out to figure out what type of tree that might be.
June 2017
08:00

Season 2, Episode 11 (The Case Of The Underwater Painting)

4.0 1 x
Scout sends the Gumboot Kids out to solve the mystery of a beautiful underwater painting in a classical Chinese garden.
08:00

Season 2, Episode 10 (The Case Of The Purple Fingertips)

3.0 1 x
Scout gives the Gumboot Kids clues to help them discover the wonders of gathering food with loved ones.
08:00

Season 2, Episode 9 (The Case Of The Tag Along Twin)

4.0 2 x
The Gumboot Kids try to solve the mystery of who Scout's tag along twin is.
08:00

Season 2, Episode 8 (The Case Of The Ocean Forest)

4.0 5 x
While swimming, Scout finds an underwater forest. How can a forest be underwater? The Gumboot Kids are ready to find out.
08:00

Season 2, Episode 2 (The Case Of The Pebble Eaters)

3.0 3 x
Scout sends the Gumboot Kids to a farm to find an animal that eats rocks. But why would an animal eat rocks?
08:00

Season 2, Episode 1 (The Case Of The Abandoned Home)

4.0 0 x
Scout sends the Gumboot Kids to the park to search for an abandoned home. But why would anyone abandon a cozy home?
08:00

Season 2, Episode 30 (The Case Of The Story Book In The Sky)

3.0 3 x
Scout tells The Gumboot Kids he is preparing to watch a storybook in the sky. But what kind of storybook is in the sky?
08:00

Season 2, Episode 29 (The Case Of The Shrinking Friend)

4.0 5 x
Scout notices his friend has shrunken. But how can this be? With 3 clues in hand, The Gumboot Kids search for the answer.
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