Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny must make an important holiday supply delivery for Mr. Bouncer when he gets sick and is unable to make the delivery himself.
Peter and his friends search for a place to eat their radishes; Peter tries to set Mr. Tod and Tommy Brock against each other.
Benjamin takes charge of the strawberry harvest raid on Mr. McGregor's garden; Peter agrees to help Mr. Tod when he gets trapped.
Peter tells a lie that leads Jemima Puddle-Duck into the hands of Mr. Tod; Peter competes for his own treetop hideout.
Peter accidentally brings home Mr. McGregor's cat; Lily gets caught in Mr. Tod's trap.
Squirrel Nutkin takes Old Brown's glasses and makes him angry; Peter makes a promise to appease Tommy Brock.
Peter is asked to watch Jemima's egg; Mr. McGregor captures the entire squirrel tribe in his garden.
Benjamin finds a four leaf clover; Peter plans to raid the garden while Mr. McGregor is away.
When Jemima's new egg goes missing, Peter puts together clues to search for the culprit.
Lily's father decides to move his family out of the Lake District; Benjamin gets lost in a network of underground tunnels.
Peter and his friends go into the woods at night to catch a jar full of glowworms; Old Brown takes Peter's journal.
Peter takes Benjamin and Lily on a ride down a steep slope; Peter enlists the help of Mr. McGregor's cat when Jemima and the ducklings are driven from their coop.
Peter forgets to get his mother a gift for Mother's Day; Peter tries to get the last plum from Mr. McGregor's tree.
Peter accidentally destroys the Squirrels' store of nuts; Peter breaks the bed that his father made for him.
A group of mice mistake Benjamin for a hero and enlist him to retrieve their stolen peas; Peter and his friends must save Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle from a landslide.