What I loved: This is a story that the reader interprets for themselves. If the pages have words, they are often peep or quack, and the story really happens through the illustrations. A lot can be conveyed just through the illustrations, and this board book has appeal for children who like to interpret the story for themselves.
What left me wanting more: This book can be a bit more challenging for toddlers, who prefer a solid storyline. The basics are conveyed, but it leaves a lot to be questioned and interpreted. It's not a fun book to read aloud for this reason and because most of the words are just sounds, so it doesn't have that roll-of-the-tongue story feel. The illustrations are just OK but they definitely have their own style to them, which will appeal to some more than others.
Final verdict: PEEP! is a board book that will suit children who like to explore stories by themselves with the focus on illustrations and a simple storyline to follow.