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Peter Pan (version 4)

Gelesen von Patrick Saville

(4,5 Sterne; 84 Bewertungen)

Peter Pan, the boy who wouldn't grow up, steals Wendy and her brothers away to a magical world called the Neverland. They come face to face with a fairy named Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, savages, pirates, mermaids, a crocodile that ticks, and Peter's nemesis--Captain Hook! The book is filled with excitement, and wonder, and teaches that with happy thoughts, and a little help of pixy dust, you can fly! Peter Pan inspires children everywhere to believe! (Summary by pjcsaville) (5 hr 22 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 Peter Breaks Through

19:05

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Chapter 2 The Shadow

18:39

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Chapter 3 Come Away, Come Away!

26:12

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Chapter 4 The Flight

18:41

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Chapter 5 The Island Come True

24:56

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Chapter 6 The Little House

18:49

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Chapter 7 The Home Under The Ground

15:59

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Chapter 8 The Mermaids' Lagoon

27:49

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Chapter 9 The Never Bird

7:19

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Chapter 10 The Happy Home

14:11

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Chapter 11 Wendy's Story

16:54

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Chapter 12 The Children Are Carried Off

11:55

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Chapter 13 Do You Believe In Faires?

20:02

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Chapter 14 The Pirate Ship

16:11

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Chapter 15 "Hook Or Me This Time"

21:31

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Chapter 16 The Return Home

19:53

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Chapter 17 When Wendy Grew Up

24:03

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Bewertungen

Ok, watched the movie, never read the book.

(4,5 Sterne)

thank you! i really love this recorder!

(5 Sterne)

i love this book and voice and narration style and every thing!

Interesting story and decently read

(3 Sterne)

Interesting story and decently read

(5 Sterne)

Peter is at once a Wonder to behold with many quirk. but he is also tragic and sad you very much represents the Innocents and carelessness of childhood. However, being immortal and forever stuck as a child never wanting to grow up he is incapable of the knowledge of love.

(5 Sterne)

Fun story. I liked the narrator too!