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Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, also known as Peter and Wendy, is a work of children's fiction by Scottish author James M. Barrie, first published as a book in 1911. It tells the story of Peter Pan, an innocent but sometimes naughty boy who is able to fly and who never grows up. He lives on the island of Neverland, amongst pirates, fairies, and the Lost Boys (boys who fall out of their prams when the nurse is looking the other way and sent to the Neverland if they are not claimed in seven days). Peter takes to visiting the nursery of the Darling family, listening in as Mary Darling tells bedtime stories to her children, Wendy, John, and Michael. One night he is noticed, and after he learns that Wendy knows many stories as well, he invites her to Neverland to become a mother figure to Peter and the Lost Boys. Once there, they go on many adventures, until Wendy remembers her parents and wants to go home. Captured by Captain Hook, and saved by Peter, the children (along with the Lost Boys) are returned home by a somewhat resentful Peter. He is invited to stay but refuses, afraid they will "catch him and make him a man."
Peter Pan has 17 chapters: Chapter 1. Peter Breaks Through; Chapter 2. The Shadow; Chapter 3. Come Away, Come Away!; Chapter 4. The Flight; Chapter 5. The Island Come True; Chapter 6. The Little House; Chapter 7. The Home Under The Ground; Chapter 8. The Mermaids’ Lagoon; Chapter 9. The Never Bird; Chapter 10. The Happy Home; Chapter 11. Wendy’s Story; Chapter 12. The Children Are Carried Off; Chapter 13. Do You Believe In Fairies?; Chapter 14. The Pirate Ship; Chapter 15. “Hook Or Me This Time”; Chapter 16. The Return Home; and, Chapter 17. When Wendy Grew Up.
This book has 102 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1911.
Production notes: This ebook of Peter Pan was published by Global Grey on the 9th March 2021. The artwork used for the cover is 'The Girl by the Window' by Edvard Munch.
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