This story was written as a play premiered in London in 1904 by the Scottish writer James Matthew Barrie under the title of Peter Pan and Wendy. Given the success it had among children, it was turned into a children's book in 1911.
It recounts the adventures of Peter Pan, a boy who does not want to grow up, who together with the Tinkerbell fairy visits the house of Wendy and her brothers John and Michael and takes them to Neverland with the intention of turning Wendy into the mother of the Lost Children. But on the island lives the evil Captain Hook and his sailors who hate Peter Pan and will do anything to destroy him.
Adaptation for Amanuta by Paulina Jara and illustration by Daniela Le Feuvre.
Cardboard book with rounded ends, so that it can be handled by children safely.
Paulina Jara, Chilean, after her training in theater and differential education, she has developed a career focused on reading animation and oral narration; which has led her to work as an expert in advising for school libraries. He has published more than 15 titles with various publishers, such as Editorial Amanuta and Zig-Zag.
Daniela LeFeuvre She is a professor of basic education at the Universidad de Los Andes and has a Diploma in Illustration from the Universidad Católica. She lives in Puerto Varas, from where she works independently on editorial and personal projects.