Peter Rabbit DVD Review & Giveaway

Peter Rabbit Tales of the Start of Spring due to be released by Abbey Media on 30th March brings together 8 fabulous episode of the hit tv series including a special 22 minute episode of The Tale of the Start of Spring.  Altogether 108 minutes of entertainment that your little ones will love.

Peter-Rabbit-TalesPeter Rabbit is fondly remembered from my childhood and I’m amazed how much my children love the series that is currently shown on tv, with no prompt from me, but one they will always sit down to watch.  One of the new characters Lily Bobtail is their favourite as she always manages to find something useful in her pocket.  This dvd didn’t disappoint and they have watched it several times over already!

Join Peter and his two bosom buddies; Benjamin and Lily, on their whimsical adventures through timeless Lake District.

Peter encounters real dangers, and he and his loyal friends and family must use their wits to outsmart incompetent villains whose barks are way worse than their bites.

Peter is a 6-year-old rabbit who lives with his mother underneath a huge fir tree in a hidden burrow. He misses his late father and desperately wants to grow up to be just like him. Armed with his father’s journal, which is basically a guide to everything one needs to become a truly wild rabbit, and aided and abetted by his two best friends, Benjamin and Lily, Peter sets off to make his own mark in life.


peter rabbitAlso included in the dvd is a little Hop Outside guide with lots of little fun activities to find, do and look out for in the great outdoors.

If you know someone who loves the tales of Peter Rabbit as much as my two children do, then why not enter my giveaway below to win a copy, just fill in the gleam widget below:


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All reviews are my own and my families opinions and I received a Peter Rabbit dvd in order to write the review.

123 thoughts on “Peter Rabbit DVD Review & Giveaway

  1. Definitely Jemima Puddleduck! Loved her, my grandad bought me a huge framed picture of Jemima for my bedroom when I was small, still have it!

  2. Jemima Puddleduck,it’s so difficult to choose one as they’re all so nice .It’s a much more gentile way of life when these were written and they all have such a feelgood factor. x

  3. Peter Rabbit was always my favourite – when I was little, I had a blue jacket that was the same colour as his, and we had a light brown pet rabbit too, so I think that helped me to identify with him when I got around to reading the Potter books!

  4. There are SO many to choose from!! I was obsessed as a kid! I love Jeremy Fisher though, what a little dude 🙂

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