Peter Pan Book Summary

Thomas Hardly on 2/24/2011 10:54:06 PM

J. M. Barrie created the mischievous boy Peter Pan- who refuses to grow, can fly, and lives on an island called Neverland with his gang - the Lost Boys. Here he interacts with mermaids, Indians, fairies, pirates and in between with ordinary children from the world outside and of course the wicked Captain Hook. Somewhere you will find Peter to be cocky and will often wonder how members of Lost Boys don’t question his authority. It is quintessentially a children’s classic and simply unforgettable.
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Comments about Peter Pan
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shobha soni on 3/7/2011 1:04:49 AM

nice book

ABC on 3/7/2011 1:05:49 AM

cool :)
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Linda on 4/20/2011 5:21:42 PM

I seem to go through phases. Months of mysteries, then ages of archaeology... with only occasional oddities thrown in to cleanse my palate. I don't particularly care for romances unless they are memoirs, and I don't read vampires except the original Dracula (and then histories of the myth), and not much science fiction. Otherwise...bring it on!