Synopses & Reviews
The timeless classic about lost boys and found dreams, clerverly introduced by Newbery Honor author Jack Gantos.
Second to the right and straight on til morning - that's the way to Neverland, an island filled with adventure and hidden danger. It's home to beautiful mermaids and fairies...as well as dastardly pirates ruled by the evil Captain Hook. It's a place for lost boys, hungry crocodiles, and, most of all, people who don't want to grow up. The Darling children don't know anything about Neverland - until a magical boy named Peter Pan shows up and leads the way.
The boy who refuses to grow up teaches Wendy and her younger brothers how to fly. Then it's off to magical Neverneverland for adventures with mermaids, Indians, and wicked Captain Hook and his pirate crew in this illustrated, easy-reading adaptation of the classic fantasy.
One of the most popular, magical novels in literature joins the Scholastic Classics library. Barrie's enchanting tale of Peter Pan, a boy who never grows up, his home in Neverland, and his adventures with the Darling children and the Lost Boys as they go up against the evil Captain Hook, remains a endearing, and enduring, story for all ages. Illustrations.