Flying To Neverland With Peter PanReviews
- Number of Pages: 36
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Following Phyllis Newman's introduction concerning the song and its connection to her family and late husband, the lyricist Adolph Green, there's a small quantity of prose from the musical that leads in to the precise lyrics of each song. A huge gatefold that shows Peter Pan also as the Darling young children flying more than London adds extra visual drama.) The story shows the kids flying to and arriving in Neverland, accompanied by a reprise of 1 inside the verses of that song to supply a suitable and satisfying ending. Peter then teaches the children how to fly (important advice from"I'm Flying": Think lovely thoughts. The story begins with"Never Never Land,"which features Wendy as well given that the other Darling children's first encounter with Peter Pan as he tells them about where he lives (" a place where dreams are born").
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