This is a book for children about an imaginary rabbit named Uncle Fuddy-Duddy. Uncle Fuddy-Duddy is a very large rabbit, very wise, and can do many things that other rabbits (and many people) cannot. He has had many adventures and loves to gather his children and grandchildren around him and tell them some of his stories. Each story ends with a short moral statement that children can understand, and can learn good values. In this book, he is confronted by a bear. He is not afraid of anything. He plays games with his grandchildren, ice skates, uses his medical skills to fix a dove's broken wing, and has many other adventures. He looks out for all the animals in the forest and makes sure they are safe. The first two books in this series are "Uncle Fuddy-Duddy Rabbit Tales" and "Uncle Fuddy-Duddy Learns To Fly." Children from ages four through ten enjoy them (and many adults, too). They are available from Trafford Publishing or from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.