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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magi on 8/5/2011 12:00:11 PM

my first stop in any new city is the bookshop. i love the atmosphere, i love to browse and let the books find me... they always do!!

Shreya on 1/6/2012 3:57:38 AM

I do love reading books, but its not the only thing i like to do in my life....

sri on 12/16/2011 6:01:20 PM

i love reading

Bob Player on 4/20/2011 1:11:13 PM

I have been an avid reader since early childhood. I am an only child, and moved a lot growing up. Books and the characters within were my constant friends. I always loved and looked forward to visiting the public and school libraries. My night table always has three or four books stacked on it, and I almost never go to sleep without reading a bit. I always carry a book in case I have to wait on line or in a waiting room. I share books with my family and friends, and spent my career as a teacher of reading. As a retiree, I am egaged in adult literacy, which I find immensely rewarding.

Mary Grace on 4/22/2011 4:16:41 AM

Well it depends. To me a book is a haven I can visit just by turning the pages :)