J.M. Barrie Fly away with Peter Pan to the enchanted island of Neverland! This first chapter book adaptation of the classic novel, originally published in 1911, tells the story of the boy who never grows up. And when they join Peter on his magical island, Wendy and her brothers are in for exciting encounters with mermaids, an Indian princess, and pirates! Let the amazing adventures begin!
J.M. Barrie Second star to the right and straight on until morning...Imagine a place where dreams come true, where pirates fight lost boys and Indians, where a fairy named Tinkerbell sprinkles magic dust, and adventures fill your days and nights, where a young boy is your leader, and he can fly, and crow, and he'll never grow up to be a man...because he's Peter Pan.
The St. Charles Players present this unique full-cast performance in exciting Radio Theatre style.
So begins the tale of J.M. Barrie's imaginative hero - Peter Pan. This timeless classic will delight the entire family as they journey with Wendy and her two brothers to the magical land of Neverland. Join in their many adventures in this retelling of this children's classic.
J.M. Barrie Peter Pan, the mischievous imp who refuses to grow up, lands in the Darling's proper middle-class home to look for his shadow. He befriends Wendy, John, and Michael and teaches them to fly (with a little help from fairy dust). He and Tinker Bell whisk them off to Neverland where they encounter the Red Indians, the Little Lost Boys, pirates, and the dastardly Captain Hook. Unlike the boiled-down, sugarcoated contemporary versions of Peter Pan, the original classic by Barrie is not only magical but witty, sophisticated, and delightfully odd.
J.M. Barrie Uno de los mas amados personajes de toda la literatura infantil es Peter Pan, el nino que no queria crecer y que hacia realidad todas las aventuras con que los ninos de todas las edades suenan. Por eso, en esta bella novela, que no solo es para ninos sino tambien para adultos, esta el Hada celosa, el capitan pirata en busca de vengarse, la familia pobre que tiene que usar un perro en lugar de una ninera y las feroces tribus indigenas todos haciendo marco a los ninos perdidos que siguen las ordenes de Peter Pan. Con una gran dosis de humor, Peter Pan no solo ha sido un libro predilecto sino que en innumerables ocasiones ha sido llevado al cine y el teatro. Join Wendy, John, and Michael Darling as they follow Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up, to a world where fairies live and children can fly. But beware, danger abounds in this magical land of mermaids, Indians, and fairy dust. Captain Hook and his pirate crew want all children to walk the plank, especially Peter Pan.
J.M. Barrie Second star to the right and straight on until morning...Imagine a place where dreams come true, where pirates fight lost boys and Indians, where a fairy named Tinkerbell sprinkles magic dust, and adventures fill your days and nights, where a young boy is your leader, and he can fly, and crow, and he'll never grow up to be a man...because he's Peter Pan. The St. Charles Players present this unique full-cast performance in exciting Radio Theatre style.
J.M. Barrie Barrie works an indisputable magic on listeners of all ages in this classic tale of the boy who wouldn't grow up. As a baby, Peter Pan fell out of his carriage and was taken by fairies to Neverland. There, he can fly and is the champion of the Lost Boys and a friend to the fairy Tinker Bell. Revisiting England, Peter becomes involved with Wendy Darling and her younger brothers, all of whom accompany Peter to Neverland. The children have many adventures and vanquish the pirate Captain Hook. The Darlings eventually return home with the Lost Boys, leaving Peter Pan to his perpetual boyhood.
Since Peter Pan first appeared as a play in 1904, the boy hero has achieved mythological status in the English-speaking world. The story's emotional truths about youth, freedom, and responsibility continue to touch the heart and thrill the imagination.
James Matthew Barrie (1860 - 1937) was born in Scotland, the son of a weaver and the ninth of 10 children. His mother saw to it that he was educated, despite the family's low income. He studied at the University of Edinburgh and spent two years on the Nottingham Journal before settling in London as a freelance writer in 1885. His short stories, essays, and novels were well received, and he began to gain a fine reputation as a playwright. His most enduring work is Peter Pan, which is based on stories he made up for children in his neighborhood.
And so begins the story of one of the most beloved characters in children's literature, Peter Pan. J.M. Barrie's classic tale, completely unabridged, features a boy who refuses to grow up, Tinker Bell the fairy, and the Darling children: Wendy, John, and Michael. Their great adventure begins on the night that Peter flies into the Darling home looking for his shadow and teaches Wendy, John, and Michael how to fly with him back to Neverland, where adventures happen every day.
J.M. Barrie J. M. Barrie's classic Peter Pan is about a mischievous boy who can fly and magically refuses to grow up. Peter Pan spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the small island of Neverland as the leader of his gang the Lost Boys, interacting with mermaids, Indians, fairies and pirates, and from time to time meeting ordinary children from the world outside.
J.M. Barrie Peter Pan unquestionably belongs to the celebrated list of the most famous fairy tales of the world. This version has been adapted with care and in mind of the needs of today's younger listeners, all in a beautiful yet lively language. Small children will welcome it with keen interest, making it their favorite first tale.
Peter Pan is an endearing and powerful tale of a very special journey of three 'everyday' children to a land of fantasy. Small listeners will easily identify themselves with the heroes of this magical tale: Along with them, they will fly with Peter Pan and his tiny and lovely fairy, Tinker Bell, to the mysterious land of never-ending adventures. There, they will meet the Lost Boys, and spontaneously recognize them as new friends whose needs are natural and legitimate. They will ally themselves with the brave daughter of an Indian chief and her Indian warriors to wage a battle against pirates and their ringleader, the cruel Captain Hook! They will experience the meaning of true friendship and the bitter taste of disappointment, and they will take to heart the timeless struggle between the desire for adventure and the longing for a warm, peaceful and loving family home.