Peg Perego Book Plus Stroller

Italian brand, Peg Perego, recently released a new stroller to their all ready large lineup of impressive strollers. The Book Plus is a “stylish, reversible stroller that is practical and easy to use.” This travel system stroller allows baby to face their parents or the world. Packed with features, the Book Plus is one-of-a kind.


  • Stroller seat – 4 position recline – from bassinet-like flat (used with the foot muff, its great for newborns) to upright
  • Full coverage canopy with a UV protected peek-a-boo window – when seat is upright it can fold all the way downt o protect child from the elements
  • Front bumper bar – hinges open for child to climb in and out – can be swapped with a chail tray sold separately
  • Cold weather foot muff
  • Switches from front facing to rear facing quickly and easily
  • Innovative quick fold (pull of a lever) – stands alone when folded, compact fold when seat is not on frame
  • Non-padded adjustable 5-point harness
  • Large wheels with ball bearings and suspension, front wheel locks
  • 1 step rear wheel brakes
  • Adjustable, 1 handlebar allows for easy 1-handed steering
  • Included cup holder for parents
  • Aluminum, lightweight frame (chassis)
  • Extra large storage basket
  • 6 color combinations
  • Rain cover also included
  • Car seat snaps in stroller easily and can face in our out – compatible with Primo Viaggio SIP 30-30 Infant Car Seat
  • Stroller weight (with seat) – 22.7 lbs
  • $500
Coming soon, Peg Perego will be releasing a bassinet, Nvetta XL, that can be used with the Book Plus. Also available for purchase is a toddler seat, the Practico, sold separately. The Practico converts the Book Plus into a lighter, more compact stroller. This second seat is great for older children.
As with all Peg Perego gear, the Book Plus is expensive. Its not cheap but it really is a great stroller. My one potential gripe is the wheels, I wish it had pneumatic wheels which make for a little easier strolling on rough grounds. The Book Plus is not at the level of a high-end stroller but with the same features and not as expensive. If this is your stroller for day-to-day living then the Book Plus wheels are all you need.