Todd Peddlesfoot learned a valuable lesson from Lloyd, a special friend to the Peddlesfoot family. Lloyd told Todd that we should all think of good things to do that might be difficult and then try our hardest to do them--that's challenging ourselves. Find out, as Todd did, that it takes a lot of courage to try new and challenging things!
Alexa Peddlesfoot and her friends have to do a project on bears to present to their class. As they work together, they learn a lot about cooperation and working together to get something done. They also learn a lot about bears--even real bears like Alexa's friend, Lloyd, who makes a surprise visit to Alexa's school!
Alexa Peddlesfoot had lots of friends at the Penshaw School. But there was one student named Sarah Squiggley who never seemed to fit in. The other students never took the time to find out how nice she was. Instead they teased her about everything! Would Alexa stand up to her friends and give Sarah Squiggley a chance to make friends too?
The Peddlesfoots always try to be responsible and do their chores...but one day, Todd Peddlesfoot has a LOT of chores to do. And he's already busy thinking about getting new drumsticks! Can Todd be responsible and do all of his chores like his mother asks?
Alexa Peddlesfoot gets angry when her brothers don't play fairly. After complaining to her parents, her mother teaches her a great lesson on fairness. Alexa is so impressed with her mother's example she decides to try it out at school with her friends. Will Alexa be able to show fairness to all her friends at school?
Alexa Peddlesfoot was the fastest runner at her school! She won every race she ran. But then a new girl named Mollie wanted to race against Alexa and she started winning the races instead. Alexa went home crying and wanted to give up running races, but her mother told her to never give up! Can Alexa keep on running with perseverance?
It all started with the Peddlesfoot rabbits playing a soccer game in their backyard. They became angrier and angrier when they couldn't score a goal. Finally their father talked to them about using self-discipline and not blowing up. Can the Peddlesfoot rabbits learn how to use self-discipline to control their anger and do the right thing?