Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Peter Rabbit The Tale of the Great Breakout DVD - Giveaway

Did you know that Peter Rabbit is over 100 years old now?! He first appeared The Tale of Peter Rabbit book in 1902 and has been delighting fans ever since. I remember reading Beatrix Potter books as a child and I think it's lovely that the generation are also able to enjoy the stories!

Abbey Home Media have recently released a brand new DVD, The Tale of The Great Breakout featuring Peter Rabbit and his friends. 


When Mr. McGregor captures the whole squirrel tribe in his garden, Peter must stage a mass break out to save his friends.  Follow our hero Peter and his friends Benjamin Bunny and Lily Bobtail on their adventures and quest to save the day, overcoming obstacles and outsmarting predators, all the while finding fun and excitement in the most unexpected places. 

With a taste for radishes and a thirst for adventure Peter Rabbit is the lovable and extraordinary friends you longed to hang out with when you were a kid. But when the chips are down and danger lurks, there's no better friend to have around then Peter and his boundless courage will always see him through.  Peter has an infectious enthusiasm for life and is also an irrepressible optimist. He is cool under pressure and his quick-witted mind is as nimble as his super fast legs

The DVD runs for 70 minutes and contains 6 exciting tales: 

-The Tale of the Great Breakout
- The Tale of the Mystery Plum Thief
- The Tale of Benjamin's Strawberry Raid
- The Tale of the Downhill Escape
- The Tale of the Unguarded Garden
- The Tale of the Cat and the Rat

It also contains a free height chart which was a big hit in our house - Elliot has been lining up against it to see how tall he is! 

If you fancy winning yourself a copy, take a look below. Good luck! 

Peter Rabbit - The Tale of the Great Breakout DVD

40 comments:

  1. I always loved The Little Red Hen!

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  2. My favourite story as a child was 'My Naughty Little Sister' by Dorothy Edwards.

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  3. The very hungry caterpillar

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  4. Enid Blyton's Faraway Tree stories were my favourites

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  5. Liked all the Jennings and Darbyshire books.

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  6. for me it was the wishing powder by maggie prince

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  7. Anything to do with Scooby Doo

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  8. I loved the town mouse and the country mouse :)

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  9. The Magic Faraway tree by Enid Blyton

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  10. Mine was the Secret Seven Mysteries by Enid Blyton x

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  11. i loved the lion the witch and the wardrobe

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  12. The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe, still a favourite now.

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  13. I loved The Adventures of the Little Wooden Horse

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  14. My favorite story was Cinderella

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  15. I loved the Three Little Pigs as my parents tickled my feet as they read the story.

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  16. i love the never-ending story x

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  17. Liked The Faraway Tree x

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  18. I liked The Famous Five and the Secret Seven xxx

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  19. I loved The Tiger Who Came To Tea :)

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  20. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe

    Trevor Linvell

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  21. My gran came from Gibralter so she told us Spanish stories. I liked the scary one about a boy who spent his mothers shopping money gambling in street. So pinched some liver from local morgue, maybe you can guess the rest.

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  22. Georges Marvellous Medicine!

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  23. I loved The Adventures of Frog and Toad books

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  24. Chicken Licken who thought the sky was falling down

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