Perhaps the most revered and popular children's book of all time, Peter Pan tells the story of the mythical Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, a mischievous forever-young scamp who lives on the Island of Neverland with his Lost Boys and a fairy named Tinker Bell. One night, Peter flies into the nursery of Wendy, John and Michael Darling and tempts the three of them to fly off on an adventure. The result is a legendary and unforgettable story from the pen of J.M. Barrie, one that has been adapted for the stage, screen and television countless times.
Featuring Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Wendy and, of course, the villainous Captain Hook and his trusty mate Smee, these indelible characters have become some of the most iconic characters in all of children's literature. Barrie's playful and impish prose perfectly captures the cruelty, kindness and complexities of youth, as seen through the eyes of history's most famous flying orphan.