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Lost Boy: The Story Of The Man Who Created Peter Pan

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Lost Boy The Story Of The Man Who Created

Brief biography of the Scottish writer who created the story of Peter Pan, as well as other works of literature.
Make sure you get a copy of Lost Boy: The Story Of The Man Who Created an awesome child's book by Jane Yolen. Written by Jane Yolen and the publisher is Dutton Juvenile. This became available sometime in August of 2010. For anyone in the library you can in all likelihood search for it using the Dewey Decimal Classification, PR4076.Y65 2010. This is the 1st ed. of the children's book is 40 pages long and it provides a lot of artistically colored illustrations. It's 11.3" Height x 9.06" Length x 0.39" Width. It has got a weight of 0.96 lbs. When you read, visualize the experience inside your head. You can get as innovative as you choose with the situation mentally. It should probably place you amidst the fun as well as excitement in the book. For more information about this book, check out our affilate add to shopping cart button on this site.

Dutton Juvenile

ISBN: 0525478868
Author: Jane Yolen

People around the world know the story of Peter Pan, the boy who would not develop up, but not several know the story of his creator, J. M. Barrie. Masterfully illustrated by Steve Adams and employing Barrie's own words, Jane Yolen tells the story in the author and also the boys who changed his life. Barrie's young childhood was marked by sorrow, but additionally held great adventure. His adult life and connection using the Davies family brought about a second childhood that helped him to generate his lasting triumph.


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