Peppa Pig: Muddy Puddles and Other Stories
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If you are an appreciator of things from abroad, and even if not, you've got to get this DVD. HOLY COW, funny and adorable. ALL I CAN SAY IS -- WATCH THE POLLY PARROT EPISODE. If you don't crack a smile there's something VERY wrong.
Peppa Pig was introduced to us through Noggin, a spin-off channel for preschoolers from the beloved Nickelodeon. When I first saw a Peppa Pig short with my daughter I was immediately smitten. If you are hesitant to purchase this DVD, maybe you can catch an episode on one of these channels if you have cable. Otherwise, maybe you could go to the Peppa Pig website and view one there.
Unfortunately, there are not many products (toys) available in the USA yet from this series unless you want to pay heaps of money to have it shipped from the UK. Hopefully that will change soon, because some of the products I've seen while searching around are sweet.
Peppa Pig is a treasure, and not because it's British. Its effortlessly infectious personality shines through in its animation, voice acting and writing. It doesn't talk down to kids nor try to shovel some contrived lesson down their throats. Adults can truly enjoy the show, not merely tolerate it for their kids' sake. The accents are, of course, charming for Americans; I get a kick when my daughter starts a pretend race with, "Ready. Steady. Go."; drops the r in George; or refers to training wheels as stabilizers.
This disc might not play in a US DVD player due to region coding and video format. It is Region 2, whereas US DVDs (and players) are Region 1. It is also in PAL format; US TVs are NTSC. A region-free DVD player with PAL-to-NTSC converter can resolve both issues, and virtually every region-free player I've ever seen also converts PAL. Around $35 can fetch a region-free, basic DVD player, and ones with HDMI outputs go for about $80. Existing DVD players can be hacked to make them region-free and PAL-compatible. Be warned that if your player is fairly new, monkeying around with the firmware would almost undoubtedly void the warranty. Although eminently doable for seasoned tinkerers (such as myself), this is definitely an at-your-own-risk operation, whereas buying a new machine is not.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My kids love Peppa Pig. Slightly annoying to adult watches/listeners who get sick of the snorting (me!) but overall a good natured show. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SLSCHLEGEL
My 3 year old loves Peepa Pug! This is a great compilation of episodes.Published 1 month ago by Erin