|No of pages||266|
|Book Publisher||Niyogi Books|
|Published Date||10 Jul 2020|
Author : James Barrie1 Books
James Matthew Barrie (1860–1937) was a Scottish novelist and playwright who wrote for both adults and children.
He is best remembered as the creator of the character Peter Pan, who first appeared in the novel The Little Bird in 1902.
The character became popular in 1904, when Barrie wrote the hugely successful play Peter Pan; Or the Boy Who Never Grew Up. He later turned it into a novel called Peter and Wendy.
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Peter Pan is a delightful children’s adventure and fantasy that takes readers to the island of Neverland, with a mischievous boy who can fly.
There they meet unforgettable characters such as the notorious Captain hook, the fairy Tinker Bell and a crocodile that has swallowed an Alarm clock, along with pirates, native Americans, fairies and mermaids.
The characters of Wendy and her brothers who accompany Peter Pan on his magical journey to Neverland, where they display friendship and courage, and then return to the real world are relatable and inspirational for young and old alike.
This edition includes Timelines of the author’s life and original year of publication, which provide the literary, historical and cultural context of the book.