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Peter Pan Book You'll love this original and best book, in ebook format, telling the story of Peter Pan.

This book tells the original story that started the Pan legend before TV and movies hooked it into something else. The story remains timeless as expected of a classic, but this time, the awesome ebook format will send parents and children to Neverland especially at such a low cost.
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Peter Pan Book Review

"All children, except one, grow up." Over 100 years ago, J. M. Barrie wrote one of the most famous and long lasting classics of literature with that infamous line, and the story has become so important to our culture that it is a maxim for everything from psychological syndromes to butter.

Though some of the values and language are now a bit out of date, this edition shows clearly why Barrie was considered one of the great writers of English literature. By events that dryly wittingly, poignantly calamitous, thrilling, and agreeable, the writing is as brilliant as the story, a perfect combination bringing together childhood fantasies and adult nostalgia.

In this day and age, where children enjoy having a book read to them, it will need a patient adult and a child who is an experienced listener.

This tale is every child's dream, and some editions just don't do it justice. They don't explore fully the complexity and darkness, as essential as the joy and adventure, captured in Barrie's exquisite prose as Peter watches through the window when the children are reunited with their parents: "He had ecstasies innumerable that other children can never know; but he was looking through the window at the one joy from which he must forever be barred."

From the Book

[The stars] are not really friendly to Peter, who had a mischievous way of stealing up behind them and trying to blow them out; but they are so fond of fun that they were on his side tonight, and anxious to get the grown-ups out of the way. So as soon as the door of 27 closed on Mr. and Mrs. Darling there was a commotion in the firmament, and the smallest of all the stars in the Milky Way screamed out:

"Now, Peter!"

Plot Summary, of Peter Pan

Late one night when Peter Pan flies through the window of the Darling nursery in search of his shadow, thus capturing the imagination of children and adults, setting the scene for a classic tale. He meets Wendy, Michael, and John, and teaches them to fly. Enriched with their new skill, he leads them to the home of the Lost Boys in Neverland.

"Of all delectable islands," the author says, "the Neverland is the snuggest and most compact, not large and sprawly, you know, with tedious distances between one adventure and another, but nicely crammed." There, among pirates, Indians, and wild animals, the children have innumerable adventures.

But Captain Hook, the evil leader of the pirates, is determined to wipe out the Lost Boys, and especially the cocky Pan. He concocts a plan to kidnap the boys and Wendy, poison Peter, and make the boys walk the plank while Wendy watches. But Tinkerbell the fairy saves Peter from the poison, setting the stage for a final confrontation aboard the pirate ship.

About the Author J.M.Barrie

J M Barrie author of Peter PanBarrie, Sir James Matthew (1860-1937) - Scottish novelist and playwright, best known for his whimsical tales of fantasy. Peter Pan (1904) - Barrie's most famous work is a fantasy about the Darling children -- Wendy, Michael, and John -- and Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up. Peter teaches the Darlings to fly and takes them to Neverland where they meet the lost boys, encounter Indians, and battle with Captain Hook and his Pirates in this classic children's adventure tale.

The nation's sorrow at the passing of Sir James Barrie, who died in London on June 19, 1937, aged seventy-seven, was expressed in the King's message of sympathy. "His loss," said the King, "will be universally mourned, for his writing has brought joy and inspiration to young and old alike." James Matthew Barrie was born on May 9, 1860, at Kirriemuir, Forfarshire, a town he afterwards immortalized as Thrums. He was one of ten children of a hand-loom weaver, who managed to give him a good education, eventually at Edinburgh University, of which, in 1930, he became Chancellor. Barrie began his career in journalism, on the "Nottingham Daily Journal," but soon gravitated to London. In 1888 he published "Auld Licht Idylls," followed by "When A Man's Single," and "A Window On Thrums." In 1891 came "The Little Minister," which in 1897, in dramatic form, established him as a successful playwright. "Peter Pan" appeared in 1904, and ever since has been an annual institution. Among his numerous other plays are "The Professor's Love Story," "Quality Street," "The Admirable Crichton," "Dear Brutus," "Mary Rose," and "The Boy David." In 1913 he received a baronetcy and in 1922 the Order of Merit.

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