Peter Pan - J.M. Barrie

Peter Pan

By J.M. Barrie

  • Release Date: 1904-12-27
  • Genre: Classics
  • Size: 335.65 KB
Score: 4.5
From 3,323 Ratings

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An Apple Books Classic edition.

Lose yourself in the pages of J.M. Barrie’s beloved story about Neverland, the Lost Boys, and Tinkerbell. The book begins with older sister Wendy reading to her siblings, while Peter Pan and Tink peer in through the window. But when these magical visitors are spotted, the window slams shut, trapping Peter’s shadow inside!

So begins the enchanted adventure of Wendy, John, and Michael Darling, who fly through the night to Neverland-a place of fairies, magical birds, and eternal youth. But danger lurks here, too, in the form of the vengeful Captain Hook and his band of pirates. This timeless tale invites us to escape to the idyllic and fantastical realm of childhood…no matter our age.


  • My review

    By This is the best book ever!
    this book was the best my family and i watched one in this book my favorite part is the end because i like to know that (probally)nothing bad is ever going to happen again I like that Hook is afraid of crocodiles and after he passes away Peter just forgets about him.I think more people should read this book. =)
  • quick read, quite odd

    By BrinkleyLL
    honestly one of the weirdest books i have ever read. fun to compare to the classic disney movie though.

    By love is always the key
    I really like the book but Im kinda sad about the ending
  • Peter Pan

    By K. L. O.
    A classical tale that will remind you of the innocence a child looks upon the world; even in dark situations. Crocodiles eating limbs and representing time chasing after us all, lost boys being “dwindled down” when they become too old, being forgotten by someone who loves you; all these lessons we learn in time. In Peter Pan, all these darkness is held back by fairy dust, thinking happy thoughts, make believe, and giving a good crow when you have done something awfully clever. It’s a fantastic book that highlights a child’s life, the darkness and light, that reminds us that even though we all must grow up; you’re never too old to stop dreaming of your Neverland.
  • Horrible

    By Davelemagne
    I had to edit so many racist things out. How is this a kid’s story?
  • Peter Pan

    By Jesmarshall78
    It was mind blowing 🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯
  • First time read.

    By Rd296
    Nothing like I thought. It’s not the movie. A great day dream. I even had wet smiles at points. I’m glad I finally read this book.
  • Fun

    By why mom
    It was good My favorite
  • I hate it

    By LacingGaming
    I didn't actually read the book
  • Made me remember

    By RustyRuns
    One of the best books ever. JM Barrie's writing was truly original, no one has ever written like him. His style was flawless. The story made me feel like a kid again and remember how life felt so great then.