Publish date: November 11th 2003
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Fairy Tales
Peter Pan is a classic, and one of my favorite stories. I always loved the thought of flying with Peter Pan to Neverland and staying a child forever. Students in the 5th and 6th grades would be the best audience for this book. Peter Pan would work well in fiction lessons. I would read the book o...
I plan on decorating my room as a Peter Pan theme. So I think this would be a good story to read on the first day of school or even the first week of school.
Welcome to Neverland! For three lucky children living in London, nothing could seem better than a faraway world where you were free to play all day. In this magical world, there would be no school. And no parents to tell you to brush your teeth. Or to sit up straight, or to eat your vegetables. Bes...
I kind of regret not reading this when I was younger. It pretty much has everything I loved when I was a kid: pirates, sword fights, flying. Reading this as an adult, it doesn't seem nearly as wonderful. Every time I got caught up in the story I would get thrown out by some racist or sexist comment....
Let's talk about Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. I couldn't believe that up until this year I had never read this book. I knew the story, of course, but I had never actually read it. I remedied that and I am so glad that I did. Also, I'm glad that the version that I picked up included a biography of Barri...
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