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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - barquist - LibraryThing
This book seems to raise a great deal of conversation about the appropriateness for youth and just the overall ease of the story. I really enjoyed this book however. I enjoyed the adventuresome play ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - krista.rutherford - LibraryThing
I could not finish this book. It didn't make any sense. It might have worked if Peter Pan's maturity level was just a little higher, but apparently he was like a five-year-old at best. Why the other ... Read full review