Reseña del editor
Peter Pan belongs to the class of children's literature that adults enjoy to read, such as The Wind in The Willows and Winnie the Pooh. J. M. Barrie was a genius, and had a knack for writing things that make sense to the heart, although they might not be explicable to the mind. Peter Pan is a book about a boy who never wants to grow up and lives on an island called Neverland which is a fantasy world. Peter found Wendy and her brothers and brought them to Neverland where Wendy plays mother to Peter and the lost boys. A favorite part of the book was when Hook fought Peter. It was like war--the lost boys and Peter versus Hook and his men. Peter came out on top, he fought to the death. He said Hook or me this time. It was Hook who died. People who like fantasy and adventure will enjoy this book. It has fairies, mermaids, and pirates and it's adventurous because Peter goes on constant adventures.
Biografía del autor
J. M. Barrie (1860-1937) was born in Scotland and was the ninth of ten children. Barrie worked as a journalist and wrote plays, an opera, and several other novels, including The Little White Bird (1902), the first story to ever feature the character Peter Pan.