J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan And Wendy

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J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan And Wendy

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  • Title: J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan And Wendy
  • Author: Rose Ispey
  • ISBN: 9781552670842
  • Page: 256
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    One thought on “J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan And Wendy

    1. Sinead on said:

      Some books will always remain classics. Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia, Lord of the Rings. They will be remembered for years to come. So will Peter Pan. Most people know it as the 1956 Disney movie, which is what I knew it as too. Then I watched the 2003 real-life film, and Finding Neverland (the retelling of how Barrie was inspired to write Peter Pan). Watching all those movies got me a little obsessed with Peter and the wonderful and exciting world of Neverland, where mermaids, pirates [...]

    2. J. on said:

      Written in 1911 by Sir James Matthew Barrie, Peter and Wendy is the novel adaptation of his earlier play, Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up. It is the basis of all the Disney movies and series about Peter, his pals the Lost Boys, Tinker Bell and, of course, the girl he adores, Wendy. It is a relatively short novel and fits somewhere between the MG and YA category in today’s marketplace.I’m not usually big on fairy tales, but this book is something special in my mind. Not only has [...]

    3. Katie on said:

      A lot of this book I remember from the Mary Martin and Cyril Richard version. I had a lot of fun recording the audio book on my Youtube channel, please visit Katie's Bookshelf Chapters - youtube/edit?o=U&

    4. Dustin on said:

      I was pleasently surprised. The narrator was a fun "character" that, when I read this to someone, I will enjoy portraying.

    5. Laura on said:

      It was filled with violence. Awesome!How is this a children's book? There are so many people that die, and it talks about it with ease.I suppose it's kind of an eye opener to the way we think.

    6. Eva Sterner on said:

      This is not your Disney version. And really not for children. It is a dark fairy tale that left me in tears. If one wants to look past Disney, go here immediately.

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