WIith a brand-new badge up for grabs, the Scouts set out to learn where their food comes from. Molly wants a garden of her own, so she gives her seeds plenty of sunlight, water, and . . . conversation? And while she waits for her veggies to sprout, a trip to a local farm turns out to be a lot funnier—and muddier—than any of the Scouts expected.
The sun is shining. The flowers are blooming. And the Pee Wees are ready to get their hands dirty!
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Yippee! It's springtime. Now the Pee Wee Scouts can have their meetings outdoors. Mrs. Peters, their troop leader, shows them how to plant seeds for a garden. She explains about vitamins and nutrition. And how to eat right. The Scouts plant radishes at home and make scrapbooks with pictures of good foods. Oranges. Carrots. Red, red radishes.
Molly Duff wants to be the first Scout to earn her new badge. She wants to grow the biggest radish of all. Sun and water. Grow, grow, grow. Blut there's a secret Molly doesn't know.
Rat's knees! Why won't Molly's radishes grow?About the Author:
Judy Delton was the author of more than 200 books for young readers, including the 40 Pee Wee Scouts titles. She passed away in 2001.
Alan Tiegreen is the illustrator of all the Pee Wee Scout books. He has also illustrated several of Beverly Cleary’s award-winning Ramona books. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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