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Peter Pan is a character created by Scottish novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie. A mischievous boy who can fly and who never ages, Peter Pan spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the......

Peter Pan is a character created by Scottish novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie. A mischievous boy who can fly and who never ages, Peter Pan spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the small island of Neverland as the leader of his gang, the Lost Boys, interacting with mermaids, Native Americans, fairies, pirates, and occasionally ordinary children from the world outside of Neverland. In addition to two distinct works by Barrie, the character has been featured in a variety of media and merchandise, both adapting and expanding on Barrie's works.

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  • 1. Walt Disney Series IXPeter Pan
  • 2. Peter PanBabu Appat
  • 3. Walt Disney Series IXIn this series I will tell you some storiesSelected from world classics.It’s to improve yourLanguage skills,Listening skills,Narrative skills,Vocabulary, andComprehensive abilitiesbabuappat@gmail.com
  • 4. Please Read On….In his London home,Mr. Darling wasin a frightful temper.
  • 5. He was late for adinner party and discoveredthat the children had drawna map of Never Landon his dinner jacket.
  • 6. He scolded his daughterWendy, “Of all the childishfiddle-faddle!Never Land indeed!”
  • 7. “You’re getting too oldfor the nursery,young lady!From tomorrow onwards,there’ll be no moreof thesePeter Pan stories,”
  • 8. Not long after,a silhouetteemerged at the window.It was Peter Panwith his little pixie,Tinker Bell.
  • 9. Peter Pan hadcome in searchof his shadow andsaw it flyingaround the nursery.
  • 10. He chased it near thesleeping childrenmakingenough noiseto wake up Wendy.
  • 11. “Why, it’s Peter Pan!”she cried.
  • 12. “Let me sew on yourshadow for you.”
  • 13. While she did thatPeter Pan playedhis flute and toldher all about Never Land,where children neverhave to grow up.
  • 14. Wendy’s little brother,Michael and Johnwoke up to thesound of strange music.
  • 15. Peter Pan wastesting hisnew shadow.
  • 16. “Now, we’re readyto go to Never Land!”he cried.
  • 17. “But you must firstlearn to fly!”Peter sprinkled themwith pixie dust andinstantly he andTinker Bell were offwith Wendy,Michael and John.
  • 18. After a long flightthey arrived insight of Never Land.
  • 19. They gazed at theMermaid Lagoonand the Indian campand Captain Hookand his pirate shipthe Jolly Roger.
  • 20. “Yes, it’s just likeI have always imagined,”sighed Wendyas they sat on acloud and dreamilylooked down at thespectacular view below.
  • 21. Now his mate, Smee,was trying to wave offthe crocodile while HookShook with fear.
  • 22. Just then, Captain Hookspotted Peter Pan.“Prepare for action!”he shouted to his crew.
  • 23. “Tink,” said Peter,“take Wendy andthe boys to the island.I’ll deal withCaptain Hook.”
  • 24. The pixie ledWendy towardPeter Pan’s hideoutin a hollow tree.
  • 25. The boys went tosee the Indians andmarched off withthe Lost Boys.
  • 26. But the Indianscaptured them.The Indianchief bellowed.“Where is PrincessTiger Lily?
  • 27. If Tiger Lily not back bysunset, you burnat the stake!”
  • 28. The children prayedthat Peter Pan wouldcome and save them.
  • 29. Meanwhile, Peter Panwas showing Wendy theMermaid Lagoon.
  • 30. The lovely mermaidswere sitting on rocks,combing their hair.
  • 31. They waved hello to Peter.Wendy and Peterwaved back.
  • 32. Suddenly, they heardthe oars of a rowingboat splashing in the water.
  • 33. Peter and Wendyspied Captain Hookand Smee in a boatwith a young Indian girl.
  • 34. “Wendy, they’ve capturedPrincess Tiger Lily!We must rescue her!”he cried.
  • 35. Captain Hook wasthreatening Tiger Lilyinto telling him wherePeter Pan’s hiding-placewas, but she refused.
  • 36. Just then Peter Panleapt up to save Tiger Lily.
  • 37. Hook drew his swordbut Peter was too nimble.
  • 38. He pranced aroundand dodged the sword.
  • 39. Finally Peter Pan rescuedTiger Lily,leaving Captain Hookand Smee desperatelyrowing away withthe crocodile in hot pursuit.
  • 40. Peter flew swiftly toIndian camp toreturn the little princessto her father.The Chief immediatelyreleased the boys.
  • 41. That night there wasa great celebrationin the Indian camp.
  • 42. A fire was lit andeveryone dancedaround it chantingIndian war songs.
  • 43. Tinker Bell, meanwhile,she was feeling very lonely.
  • 44. She was still lost inher thoughts ofhow she could get ridof Wendy to havePeter to herself,when Smee crept upbehind and tapped her.
  • 45. “Sorry, captain Hook’sorders. He wantsto have a little talkwith you,” he said.
  • 46. On the pirate ship,Captain Hook smiledat Tinker Bell and said,“I’ll help you to get rid ofWendy if you tell mewhere Peter Pan’shideout is.”
  • 47. “Tinker Bell wanted toget rid of Wendy,so she showed Hookthe hiding placeon the map – underthe Hangman’s Tree.
  • 48. At the hideout,Wendy was singinga song that madeeveryone thinkof their homes.
  • 49. They were all homesick –except for Peter.“If you go back,you’ll grow up.
  • 50. You can never return toNever Land,” he said.But the children tooktheir leave.Little did theyknow what lay ahead….
  • 51. As the childrencame out, they wereseized by the pirates.
  • 52. Wendy was the lastone out – she hatedto leave Peter –and to her horror,she saw that the boyshad been captured!
  • 53. She too was tied upand taken to the ship.On the ship, Hooksent a package toPeter’s hiding place.
  • 54. He sneered to Smee,“This bomb will blast himout of Never Land forever!”
  • 55. Tinker Bell, who hadbeen locked intoa lantern heardhis plan and realisedthat she hadbetrayed Peter Pan.
  • 56. She hurled herselfagainst the lantern,broke it and flew offto save Peter Pan’s life.
  • 57. Peter Pan had startedto unwrap the parcelwhen Tinker Bellsnatched it away.
  • 58. “BOOOOOM!” the bombexploded.
  • 59. On the ship, Captain Hooksmiled and said,“stay with us or youwill have to take a trip tothe bottom of the ocean,”
  • 60. Wendy declared.“I’d rather walk the plank.”
  • 61. To Wendy’s relief,Peter caught her as shedropped down.Tinker Bell had told himabout the captive children.
  • 62. Peter Pan drew histrigger and swooped down,Hook couldn’t believehis enemy was still alive.
  • 63. “Peter Pan! It…it can’t be!”he stammered.
  • 64. A battle raged onthe Jolly Roger.Tinker Bell hadreleased the boys.Wendy started peltingthe pirates with stones.
  • 65. On the dock, Peter Panfought with Captain Hooktill Hook lost hisbalance and fell into the water rightdown into hungry crocodiles waitingjaws.
  • 66. Then Peter Pan askedTinker Bell to cover theJolly Roger with pixie dust.
  • 67. The ship transformeditself into a golden galleonand soared towards London.
  • 68. It was time to saygoodbye to Peter Pan…
  • 69. Back in London,Mr. and Mrs. Darlingreturned homefrom the party.
  • 70. “Peter Pan just broughtus back from Never Land!”Wendy said.Mrs. Darling cried.
  • 71. “Look up!”They looked up andsaw a sparkling cloud inthe shape of a boatcrossing themoon’s face.
  • 72. “I have seen that shipbefore.”said Mr. Darling.Long ago, whenI was quite young…”
  • 73. About the Story:Peter Pan is a character created by Scottish novelistand playwright J. M. Barrie. A mischievous boywho can fly and who never ages, Peter Panspends his never-ending childhood adventuring onthe small island of Neverland as the leader of hisgang, the Lost Boys, interactingwith mermaids, Native Americans, fairies, pirates,and occasionally ordinary children from the worldoutside of Neverland. In addition to two distinctworks by Barrie, the character has been featuredin a variety of media and merchandise, bothadapting and expanding on Barries works.
  • 74. Questions1. Who is Peter Pan?2. Where do he Live?3. List out the characters of Peter Pan
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