Follow a newly hatched chicken named Peep and his friends Chirp and Quack (a robin and a duck) on their daily adventures. Celebrate being adventurous, being curious, and, for at least one character, being a duck.

Episodes include…
Reflection Affection – Here are two things you might not know about mirrors: they can help you practice flying and they’re GREAT for scaring cats!

Peep Deep in the Big Muddy – On a hot summer’s day, Peep discovers a mucky, slimy, grimy way to cool off!

The Road Not Taken Part 1 – Peep is late arriving at Chirp’s bush. Turns out he took a VERY long route to get there. (There’s so much to look at!) The birds use yarn to mark the shortest path from Peep’s can to Chirp’s bush.

The Road Not Taken Part 2 – A path made of yarn has a way of disappearing, so Peep, Chirp and Quack make a NEW path using objects from Chirp’s collection. It’s a pretty path, too, because it’s made in a pattern. But is sticking to a path always a good idea?

Nosing Around – Pee-yew. What is that awful smell? The one that’s coming from the big blue duck with the small white hat?

The Last Straw – Peep and Chirp discover that a drinking straw has many uses: it can help you blow bubbles, breathe underwater, and spy on Quack.

Marble Mover – Peep discovers that if you ever need help getting a marble up a hill, all you need to do is “Ask a Duck.”

Fair Shares – Let’s do the math: two crackers, divided by three birds, equals one big headache.

Plus printable coloring pages and activities! For games, fun, and a whole lot more, visit


“Peep Discovers” is a fascinating kiddie show narrated by Joan Cusack. It’s material designed to explain basic science to 3-5 year olds. That’s really it. If you’re expecting a ton of plot, then you’re out of luck. Still, it’s entertaining enough for small kids. Some of the readers are parents, so we do this sort of thing from time-to-time.

The DVD comes with no special features. The A/V Quality is pretty strong for a kiddie show. The Dolby track is supportive with its surround design. However, the transfer feels pretty standard. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase to the curious.


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