Peter Pan Audiobook by James Matthew Barrie

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Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Peter Pan Author: James Matthew Barrie Narrator: Flo Gibson Format: Unabridged Length: 4 hrs and 40 mins Language: English Release date: 02-17-12 Publisher: Audio Book Contractors Ratings: 5 of 5 out of 1 votes Genres: Kids, Classics Publisher's Summary: This fanciful story of the boy who would not grow up, Wendy, the Lost Boys, Captain Hook, and the Crocodile has been presented in many formats - stage, screen, and television. Listen to the original book and you will understand why this magical story has endured for generations. Members Reviews: Great children's book I started binging on all the books I should have read as a child. This one, I feel, would be best if read TO a child rather than have them read it themselves. Its good storytelling and enjoyable. Five Stars Beautiful illustrations by Trina Schart Hyman. Growing up is hard to do This is a story about a surprisingly new way to enlighten children with reference to growing up, and Wendy found that out when she was two. Growing up was a way of life. We can't stay young forever. But there was one boy who had defied that logic. Peter Pan was that boy. Wendy was the oldest of three children in the Darling family. John came next, then Michael. There was also a nurse. A Newfoundland dog named Nana, who knew sign language. One night as Peter Pan followed Tinker Bell, a tiny fairy, to the Darling home, looking for his shadow, he found it hidden in a drawer, and was trying to put it back on with soap. Who or what hid his shadow? Was it Nana or Mrs. Darling and why? About that time Wendy woke up and was startled by him being there and offered to help him. After coming up with a surprising trick the shadow stuck. Once Peter heard what a wonderful story teller Wendy was he wanted her and the boys to come to Neverland and tell her stories to the other children. He told her it was a magical place filled with adventure and where a child would never grow up. So the three children followed Peter to Neverland. But while they were there, bad things began to happen, like adventures with pirates and indian attacks. Wendy and the boys began to miss home and wanted to go back.But after a little while they began to forget about home and their parents. Will the three children ever make it back home again, or will they have to stay forever in Neverland? These and many more questions will be answered once you read "Peter Pan," a wonderful book written for children of all ages. It will feed your imagination, because there was one unique thing that Peter Pan could do that no other young person could do. He could fly. The format was well done. Liked the book also. I had never read Peter Pan and was surprised by how dark it is. I enjoyed it more than I have the presentations by Disney and others. The companion works by the same author about Peter Pan are included and I liked them as well. I don't know the history of the stories but the "White Bird" and Kensington Gardens books seem to be earlier versions of the Peter Pan concept. Well worth the very low money it cost for the Kindle version. Good story but the Kindle version needs to update since ... Good story but the Kindle version needs to update since a lot of blanks between words are missed and making the reading experience really awful. Contact me for any questions: inforeq17@gmail.com

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