Peter Pan
by J. M. Barrie

The original, politically incorrect classic children’s story. The natives are savage, red-skinned Indians. Peter and the boys actually kill pirates. Except for Peter, they all grow old and are forgotten. This book spans more time than the prequels. But most of it concerns the adventures with Wendy and her brothers.

Year Read: 2009

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