Peter Pan

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Scholastic Inc., Jan 29, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 200 pages
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The timeless classic about lost boys and found dreams, clerverly introduced by Newbery Honor author Jack Gantos.

Second to the right and straight on til morning - that's the way to Neverland, an island filled with adventure and hidden danger. It's home to beautiful mermaids and fairies...as well as dastardly pirates ruled by the evil Captain Hook. It's a place for lost boys, hungry crocodiles, and, most of all, people who don't want to grow up. The Darling children don't know anything about Neverland - until a magical boy named Peter Pan shows up and leads the way.
  

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The introduction was informative as well. - Goodreads
The ending is like every other fairy tale. - Goodreads
He is very a good author in writing fiction books. - Goodreads
... it wasnt such a good ending. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Eileen Perez - Goodreads

Like a true classic, this book is a fun ride to Neverland and back. Everyone should read it at least once. The writing is colorful and vivid, however there are a few parts that are a little boring. Read full review

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User Review  - Amanda Wheet - Goodreads

Another one bites the dust. This one took a bit longer because I was reading Under the Dome at the same time, and the Olympics are on. I always forget that Peter Pan isn't all fun and games in the ... Read full review

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Contents

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II
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III
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IV
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VIII
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It's Behind You - Peter Pan
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James Matthew Barrie: The Adventures of Peter Pan: Chapter 5: The ...
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Abigail's Alcove: Peter Pan
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James Barrie - Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens
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About the author (2002)

James Matthew Barrie, the creator of Peter Pan, was born on May 9, 1860, in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland. His idyllic boyhood was shattered by his brother's death when Barrie was six. His own grief and that of his mother influenced the rest of his life. Through his work, he sought to recapture the carefree joy of his first six years. Barrie came to London as a freelance writer in 1885. His early fiction, Auld Licht Idylls (1888) and A Window in Thrums (1889), were inspired by his youth in Kirriemuir. After publishing a biography of his mother Margaret Ogilvy and the autobiographical novel Sentimental Tommy, about a boy living in a dream world (1896), he concentrated on writing plays. The Admirable Crichton (1902), the story of a butler who becomes king of a desert island, helped to establish Barrie's reputation as a playwright. Meanwhile, he began to relive his childhood by telling the first Peter Pan stories to the sons of his friend, Sylvia Llewellyn Davies. The play Peter Pan was first performed in 1904 and published as a novel seven years later. Its imaginative drama, featuring the eternal boy's triumph over the grownup Captain Hook, idealizes childhood and underscores adults' inability to regain it. These resonant themes made it a classic of world literature. Barrie's later work shows his increasingly cynical view of adulthood, particularly in Dear Brutus (1917). Often considered his finest play, it concerns nine men and women whose caprices destroy a miraculous opportunity to relive their lives. Barrie married the former Mary Ansell in 1894. They divorced in 1909, never having any children. Barrie died in London on June 19, 1937.

Jack Gantos was born in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania on July 2, 1951. He received a BFA and a MA from Emerson College. While in college, he and an illustrator friend, Nicole Rubel, began working on picture books. After a series of rejections, they published their first book, Rotten Ralph, in 1976. His other books include Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key, a National Book Award Finalist, Joey Pigza Loses Control, a Newbery Honor book, and Dead End in Norvelt, which won the 2012 Newbery Medal. His memoir, Hole in My Life, won the Michael L. Printz and Robert F. Sibert Honors. He also teaches courses in children's book writing and children's literature. He developed the master's degree program in children's book writing at Emerson College and the Vermont College M.F.A. program for children's book writers.

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