"Peter Pan and Wendy." By Sir J. M. Barrie, retold. By May Byron, with the approval of the author. London: Hodder and Stoughton., Miss Byron has adapted Sir James Barries fairy story for boys and girls. It is "broken down" in strength to "below proof" for their special benefit. The delightful Peter and the lovable Wendy are likely to win and hold the affections of all young readers of this charming fairy tale, that is if they are not too educated to enjoy fairy tales. This adaptation of Sir James Barries work-will be welcomed by adults as a story-book to read to children' or as a suitable present to give them. It is copiously illustrated in colour and line drawings by Mabel Lucie Attwell, and 1 the language is very simple and printed in large .type. - , •
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"PETER PAN", Evening Post, Volume CX, Issue 10, 11 July 1925
"PETER PAN" Evening Post, Volume CX, Issue 10, 11 July 1925
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