Peep, Chirp, and Quack explore the "Big Wide World" around them, leading to mischief and adventures.
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Peep, Chirp, and Quack explore the "Big Wide World" around them, leading to mischief and adventures.

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Cutest show on television!
27 June 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Nothing is better than a duck! Nothing is smarter than a duck! WE LOVE QUACK! My two-year old and I love to watch Peep and the Big Wide world. It's actually on as I'm writing this. The animation is simple and adorable. And who has ever seen a blue (purple) duck like Quack before? He is hilarious. Joan Cusack is the best narrator possible for this show. I love her anyways, but to have her humorous voice in a child's show has made my month! IT'S GREAT! We wish the videos were available to purchase in the UK, though, so we can watch whenever we feel like it...Three times a day just isn't enough some days. Besides, my husband still hasn't seen it yet because of work and I keep telling him about it.

PEEP AND THE BIG WIDE WORLD is fun and stimulating for children and adults alike. Watch the crazy antics of this trio and you're sure to have a laugh with your child.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR ANY TODDLER, YOUNG CHILD, OR GENERAL CARTOON LOVER!!


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