Synopses & Reviews
The first three books in the Peter and the Starcatchers series tell the story of a young orphan named Peter and how he became the forever-young boy from J. M. Barrie's classic novel. Pirates, sea battles, starstuff, flying camels, treacherous villains, and intrepid heroes make for an incredible adventure that is impossible to put down. Readers will be rooted to their chairs from the first page of Peter and the Starcatchers to the last page of Peter and the Secret of Rundoon. And once they finish, fans will be chomping at the bit for the fourth novel, Peter and the Sword of Mercy, which hits shelves just a month later.
Bestselling authors Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson turn back the clock and set their sights on younger readers teaming up for an action-packed prequel to J. M. Barrie's classic Peter Pan
Fast paced and brimming with seafaring adventure Barry and Ridley's modern update returns to pre-Never Land days quickly zeroing in on Peter now a "wayward boy" who finds himself aboard a ship (called the Never Land) with other chums from St. Norbert's. Soon Peter meets the headmaster's mysterious daughter and persuades her to reveal her secret about...
The first three books in the Peter and the Starcatchers series tell the story of a young orphan named Peter and how he became the forever-young boy from J.M. Barrie's classic work. This gift set includes Peter and the Starcatchers, Peter and the Shadow Thieves, and Peter and the Secret of Rundoon.
About the Author
Dave Barry has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. His columns for the Miami Herald
were syndicated worldwide, and he is the author of a number of bestselling books, including the recently published Peter and the Starcatchers
with Ridley Pearson. He lives in Miami, where he drives very nervously.
Ridley Pearson is the award-winning coauthor, along with Dave Barry, of Peter and the Starcatchers, Peter and the Shadow Thieves, and Peter and the Secret of Rundoon. He has also written more than twenty best-selling novels, including Killer Weekend, and the young-adult fantasy The Kingdom Keepers. He was the first American to be awarded the Raymond Chandler/Fulbright Fellowship in Detective Fiction at Oxford University.