Peter and Wendy by J. M. Barrie
A classic by J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan (1904) tells the story of the Darling Journey to the Wonderland Islands of Neverland with Peter Pan, an adventurous boy who refuses to grow up. Wise commentator, first referring to the audience - introduces the Darling family, including Mr. and Mrs. Darling. Their three children, Wendy, John and Michael; And a dog named Nana The family lives in London, where the children live together in the nursery. Today, Wendy tells Mrs. Darling about a boy named Peter Pan who comes to visit her dreams from a place called Neverland.
After the children went to bed, Peter Pan unexpectedly entered through the bedroom window, shocking Mrs. Darling. When Mr. and Mrs. Darling leave the house to attend a nearby dinner party, Peter returns with his fairy Tinker Bell. Wendy wakes up and helps Peter attach a shadow to his body. Peter tells Wendy that he has no parents and that he refuses to be an adult; He lives in Neverland with a group of homeless children who call himself "The lost boy," Wendy, fascinated by Neverland, asks him about an angel, reminiscent of Peter, that he accidentally stuck Tinkerbell in a closed drawer.
Peter tempts Wendy to join his journey to Neverland. John and Michael, who woke up, were eager to join. Peter then blows fairy dust at the three beloved children and they begin to fly around the room, while Nana invades Darling's dinner to remind parents that something has happened to the child. But before the parents went to the nursery, the children flew with Peter and Tinkerbell and went out the window and toward the stars.
Dear children flying over Neverland, find familiar landmarks from their dreams. However, as they prepared to land, the sky darkened. So Peter reminds them of the island pirates, explaining that he is responsible for the loss of Captain James Hook's right hand, throwing him at the crocodile that eats it. After a while, the pirates fired their cannons into the sky. John and Michael landed in a different area from Wendy and Tinker Bell, and Peter was nowhere to be found.
The narrator introduces the lost boys, the rest of the pirates, and the Red Skins. Together with Peter, the lost boy lives in an underground house. When Wendy and Tinker Bell arrived, the children mistook Wendy as a bird at first and one of them, Thulees, fired arrows at her before Peter arrived. Fortunately, Wendy survived and was soon reunited with her siblings. But she's still not conscious. Later, Peter insisted that they built a house for Wendy. After it's done, the kids knock on Wendy's new door and she invites them to read Cinderella.
Peter and the children convince Wendy to be their mother. As time goes on, which is hard to calculate in Neverland, Wendy, John and Michael become accustomed to living with a lost boy. While Wendy takes care of the boys, she becomes nervous when John and Michael seem to have forgotten their parents. However, Wendy felt confident her mother left the windows open for her and her siblings when they returned.
The group decides to visit Mermaids' Lagoon for an adventure while they are there.Two of Hook's companions, Smee and Starkey, arrive at the lagoon with Red Skins Chief Tiger Lily. prisoner Peter decides to save ...