WordGirl Fights Crime with Her Voluminous Vocab There is a new superhero in town. WordGirl is proving that 10-year-olds can save the world using the power of a large vocabulary. The creator of the animated series and the voice of WordGirl discuss the cartoon, which premieres Friday on PBS Kids Go.
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WordGirl Fights Crime with Her Voluminous Vocab

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WordGirl (right) is a 5th-grade superhero with a vast vocabulary. She stands ready for action with her sidekick, Captain Huggy Face. Scholastic Media hide caption

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There is a new superhero in town. WordGirl is proving that 10-year-olds can save the world using the power of a large vocabulary. The creator of the animated series and the voice of WordGirl discuss the cartoon, which premieres Friday on PBS Kids Go.

Dorothea Gillim, creator and executive producer of the animated children's series WordGirl for PBS Kids Go

Dannah Feinglass, improvisational comedian and actress; the voice of WordGirl

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