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The Little White Bird

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(4,775 Sterne; 20 Bewertungen)

"A children's book, sharp social commentary and sad psychological thriller about a man's search for a sense of belonging. All in one amazing and lyrical collection. This is the first book in which Peter Pan starts to appear. His adventure in Kensington Gardens are first narrated here. Other than that, it offers a magical portrait of contemporary London, and a realistic tale of a family to which every one of us could have belonged." - Summary by Stav Nisser. (7 hr 25 min)

Chapters

David and I set off on a Journey

13:12

Read by Mike Pelton

The Little Nursery Governess

16:14

Read by Mike Pelton

Her Marriage, her Clothes, her Appetite and an inventory of her Furniture

16:43

Read by Mike Pelton

A Night-Piece

13:30

Read by TribalElder

The Fight for Timothy

17:43

Read by Sandra Cullum

A Shock

8:43

Read by Sandra Cullum

The Last of Timothy

8:43

Read by MissRose

The Inconsiderate Waiter

21:53

Read by Sandra Cullum

A Confirmed Spinster

17:31

Read by Sandra Cullum

Sporting Reflections

3:43

Read by Sandra Cullum

The Runaway Perambulator

21:15

Read by Sandra Cullum

The Pleasantest Club in London

15:25

Read by Mike Pelton

The Grand Tour of the Gardens

18:29

Read by Mike Pelton

Peter Pan

18:48

Read by Mike Pelton

The Thrush's Nest

23:46

Read by Carol

Lock-Out Time

27:05

Read by Carol

The Little House

37:15

Read by Sandra Cullum

Peter's Goat

21:40

Read by Carol

An Interloper

9:23

Read by Carol

David and Porthos Compared

15:05

Read by Sandra Cullum

William Paterson

18:09

Read by Sandra Cullum

Joey

17:23

Read by Lynne T

Pilkington's

20:25

Read by Sandra Cullum

Barbara

18:12

Read by Sandra Cullum

The Cricket Match

6:20

Read by Larry Wilson

The Dedication

18:59

Read by Sandra Cullum

Bewertungen

(5 Sterne)

J. M. Barrie gives us an intimate peek into the back story of his creation of Peter Pan and the charming characters that still capture our hearts generations later. It’s a timeless, whimsical tale that appeals to young and old on so many levels.