A book about responsibility:
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?
A book about caring:
The Peddlesfoots family always has enough food, and clothes, and toys for the kids…but some animals in the forest don’t. Todd Peddlesfoot learns an important lesson about caring for others when his family decides to help and he has to make big sacrifices.
A book about fairness:
The Peddlesfoots know that it’s only fair to play by the rules and not cheat. One tough day, Scuff learns that there are opportunities to cheat EVERYWHERE. Can he stay strong and do what’s right by not cheating and always playing by the rules?
A book about trustworthiness:
Scuff, Alexa, and Todd Peddlesfoot are usually very trustworthy, and they always try their best to tell the truth…but when some muddy feet, a messy closet, and a stained dress start to cause problems for the kids, will the Peddlesfoot children give in to lying?
A book about self-discipline:
Todd Peddlesfoot is a very nice young rabbit, and he hardly ever gets in trouble…but one day at school, Todd hits one of his friends. And he hits him the next day too. Can Todd learn an important lesson about having self-discipline and not hitting?
A book about courage:
Scuff Peddlesfoot loves playing in the forest near his house, and he knows the woods well…but when he hears something strange in the trees one day, his path leads a little too far from home. Does Scuff have the courage to be a hero, even when he’s afraid too?
A book about perseverance:
Boffen, the father rabbit, has a lot of work to do around the Peddlesfoots’ yard…but when Scuff agrees to help him, and the work turns out to be REALLY hard. Will Scuff have enough perseverance to keep doing his best until it’s all done?
A book about respect:
The Peddlesfoots have been invited to a fancy dinner party at a hotel. Alexa knows it’s respectful to always use good manners, but there are so many manners to remember! Can Alexa and the Peddlesfoots be respectful and use good manners all dinner long?
A book about citizenship:
When Scuff and his friend go on a hiking trip, everything seems to be going great…until the boys make some bad decisions and have to learn a hard lesson about taking care of the earth. Will they understand how important it is to be good citizens of our planet?