It's more than just a show for preschoolers about a clever rabbit and his colorful coterie of family, friends, and foes, "Peter Rabbit" imparts a structure of interpersonal and social skills that informs every show. Read more about what your children will learn while watching this all-new series. All parents want their children to be optimistic and resilient. Those children eagerly seek out challenges and they persevere when there are setbacks. "Peter Rabbit" is a new series for preschoolers that encourages skills related to optimism and resilience. In every story, a fearless Peter sets out on a new adventure...and inevitably encounters obstacles and/or roadblocks along the way. It is through Peter's reactions to these obstacles that the skills related to optimism and resilience are modeled. (Source: Nick Jr.)
When Peter escapes a very chatty Mrs Tiggy-winkle to go strawberry-raiding, he is surprised to be helped out of trouble by none other than the feisty old hedgehog herself! When Mr Tod's efforts to creep up on the rabbits are thwarted by anoisy Song Thrush, he cages the bird so that he can ambush Peter and his friends without warning.
When Benjamin accidentally loses Peter's dad's journal, it falls into the clutches of Mr Tod. When Mr McGregor fills a bird table with sunflower seeds, Squirrel Nutkin becomes dangerously obsessed with raiding it.