Three young children (Wendy, John,and Michael) set off on an adventure with a boy who lives in another world where you never grow up. During their rather exciting journey the three children realize growing up is an important part of your life and you will have to grow up so they return to their parents.--Submitted by Anonymous
In this famous childhood classic, the three Darling children known as Wendy, John, and Michael meet a flying boy named Peter Pan. He is from the world of Neverland, where children don't grow old and there are adventures around every corner. Through the group's encounters with fairies, pirates, mermaids, and indians, the children learn that even though you may grow older, you never have to lose your spirit.--Submitted by Anonymous
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