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Peter Pan

J. M. Barrie, Donald Kasen

Publisher: Peter Pan Press

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Summary

An adaptation of J. M. Barrie's classic story of Peter Pan and the lost boys. After helping Peter re-attach his shadow, Wendy and her brotehrs go with Peter to Neverneverland and meet the lost boys where they have the adventrures of a lifetime before returning to Wendy's home.
Available since: 01/06/2021.
Print length: 24 pages.

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