|Book author||:||K R Thompson|
|Tags||:||Short Story, children's story, fiction, peter pan, neverland, tinker bell, pixie, magic, fiction,|
Genre: Short Story / Children’s / Fairy Tale
Growing up, we all have dearly loved Peter Pan through books, movies and cartoons. Peter Pan has been embedded in our minds as a small boy who never grows up. But who is this Peter Pan? How is it that he never grows up? What was his background before he became a Guardian of the Neverlands?
Kim Thompson has touched upon this topic with her new novel “Pan”. The story takes us through the incidents which created our beloved boy Peter Pan. Although there are no illustrations, the story is very simple and easy. There are many chapters, each with a short story with some continuation from the previous chapter, but still can be read as a short story in itself.
The target audience for the story is, of course, small kids. All the stories are really sweet with no particular moral as such but with immense innocence and childishness which are typically associated with young kids.
The book will be loved by all kids and will act as perfect bed time stories, and even read along ones.
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