Good Riddance! Series
Good Riddance! Snails
An organic garden has been overrun by a mob of hungry snails.
Directed by Nick Hilligoss
Produced by the Natural History Unit, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Executive Producer, Dione Gilmour
The Garden of Eatin', an organic fruit and vegetable garden, produces natural pesticide-free vegetables...just ask the snails, who are devouring everything in sight.
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When Eco arrives to do a bit of shopping, the garden's owner has crossed everything off her list except the potatoes, which are safe underground. Eco needs groceries; the owner needs to get rid of the snails.
As usual, Eco comes up with an ingenious solution!
Other titles in the series are:
Good Riddance: Rats - Eco, the pest controller, applies his eco-friendly methods to a mischievous group of rats.
Good Riddance: Air Pollution - An accident leads to a radical redesign of the Eco Van.
Good Riddance: Flies - Eco uses frogs and a spider to combat a pesky fly infestation.
Good Riddance: Termites - Eco combats a nest of termites that are dining on his home.
Grade Level: 3-12, College, Adult
US Release Date: 2004
Copyright Date: 2003
DVD ISBN: 1-59458-083-9
VHS ISBN: 1-59458-035-9
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Awards and Festivals
Runner-Up in Category, EarthVision Environmental Film Festival
Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival
What's Up Docs? Children's Film Festival, Hot Springs
Artivist Film Festival
Carrousel international du film de Rimouski
Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital
Marin Environmental Film Festival
Newport International Film Festival
Chicago International Children's Film Festival
American Conservation Film Festival, Shepherdstown, WV
BAMKids Film Festival, NYC
Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival
Siskiyou Youth Environmental Film Festival
Far North Conservation Film Festival
Children's Stories: Animation
Technology and Society