Molly Duff has been looking forward to spending a weekend at camp with the Pee Wee Scouts, but when they are all in their tents for the night, she hears a ghostly voice -- is it a tiger, or maybe a ghost?
All the Pee Wee Scouts love to celebrate the holidays, but Thanksgiving is not Molly Duff's favorite one. It is big trouble for Molly. They are to present a play at the town hall and she's not an actress. Everyone will laugh.
The Pee Wee Scouts work on valentines and their first aid badges. "I want a boyfriend," says Molly. "And I want a first-aid badge." Busy. busy. busy. Molly works on a secret plan. Uh-oh. A certain Scout better watch out.
The Pee Wee Scouts are excited to be having their meetings outdoors and learning about gardening and eating right. Molly wants to be the first Scout to earn her new badge, but for some reason her radishes just won't grow.
The Pee Wee Scouts are off to Atlanta, Georgia, for the first-ever Pee Wee Jubilee. It means an airplane ride for everyone. It means camping out, bonfires, sports and crafts, and new friends. It also means being homesick.
Mrs. Peters wants everyone to perform in the big Christmas music show. That means the Pee Wees can tell about a famous music-maker, sing, or play an instrument. Mrs. Betz makes Sonny play the violin and he hates it. Better run away!
The Pee Wees are planning fun activities for four springtime holidays. Molly has figured out the perfect Mother's Day present. But when she plays an April Fools' trick on Roger, the joke turns out to be on her.