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Beyond Neverland - cover

Beyond Neverland

Tracy Ball, Yolanda Allard, Caitlin McCulloch, LJC Fynn, Mary Duke, Hope Sherrill, E. S. McMillan, Olivia Marie, Merethe Walther

Publisher: Crazy Ink

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Summary

Nothing has been the same since The Lost Boys followed Wendy out of Neverland. The Neverland Peter Pan fought for is quite different without the laughter of children to generate magic. 
What happened to the pirates after Hook was swallowed by the crocodile? Did Peter ever grow up? Is Tinkerbell still the jealous little fairy she always was? Did Wendy ever return for Peter? And whatever became of the Lost Boys? 
 Journey with bestselling and award-winning author beyond the second star to the right and straight on till morning. All you'll need is a happy thought and a bit of fairy dust. We'll handle the rest.

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