Alexa Peddlesfoot's family decided to have friends over for dinner. Everyone in the family had chores to do to help get ready. Alexa had a list of her own, but only 3 days to complete it. She didn't want to help and played instead. Can Alexa be counted on to be trustworthy and get her part done?
Scuff Peddlesfoot watched excitedly as his father hung a tire swing in their yard. Scuff was the first to try out the swing. After finding out how fun it was, he didn't want to take turns with Alexa and Todd. Will Scuff find out that it's more fun to share fun things with others? Will he find out that sharing is a caring thing to do?
Boffen Peddlesfoot has a special challenge for his children--Scuff, Alexa, and Todd. Can they do the right thing, no matter what, for one whole day? It was a very difficult challenge for all 3 rabbits! They struggled all day to make the right choices. Will they have the courage to meet this challenge?
Scuff, Alexa, and Todd Peddlesfoot were each having fun playing in their house one day. As they played they learned a valuable lesson about respecting things that belong to other people. They learned to show respect not just for people, but for their property as well. Not just people count, but their things count too!
Todd Peddlesfoot was supposed to help his mother around the house, but every time Todd got started, he thought of something else he'd rather do. He just couldn't seem to stay on track. He soon found out that when you don't stay on track, you don't get much accomplished. Does Todd learn to persevere and stay on track in our story?
Alexa Peddlesfoot was having fun playing at home one day until she accidentally broke one of her mother's plates. Instead of being responsible for her actions, she decided to hide the broken pieces in the trash. She began to feel quite guilty about her actions, but will she be responsible enough to tell her mother the truth?
Scuff, Alexa, and Todd Peddlesfoot were going on a camping trip with their mother and father. Besides having a lot of fun swimming, fishing, and hiking, they also learned a lot about how good citizens follow the rules. Boffen and Mariana Peddlesfoot taught their children that rules are here to protect and help us--that's why we need to follow them.