Peter Pan

Book Review of
Peter Pan

Author: J.M. Barrie
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Publisher Summary:

Join Peter, Wendy, Tinker Bell, and a cast of other familiar characters on a fantastical journey in the Word Cloud Classics’ Peter Pan. Included in this volume are the famous novel — Peter and Wendy (1911) — about the “boy who never grew up” and his adventures in Neverland, as well as a lesser-known prequel entitled Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906), which tells the story of Pan’s early years in London. This lively volume weaves a tale that is universally relatable and wildly popular for adults and children alike.

Grace's Review

Peter Pan

I always enjoyed the movie about Peter Pan when I was younger, but I didn’t realize until recently, that there was a book about Peter Pan. Since the older movie was based off the book, the Peter Pan book has a similar story line. There are differences, yet it still has the fun captivating pirates, Indians, and lost boys and Peter is an adventurous boy who never wants to grow up. Kids nine and up will enjoy reading about all the excitement in Peter’s world.

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