We know that all children grow and become adults. All except Peter Pan. This is the beginning of this traditional tale by J. M. Barrie, which has already become a classic. The author tells the story of this group of children who go to Neverland. Apart from Peter Pan, we will meet Tinkerbell, a fairy; the group of Pan followers, the lost boys; the underground house they live in; the sirens that inhabit the lagoon; the pirates and Captain Hook, among many others from Neverland, as well as Wendy and his siblings, who will follow Peter Pan to their country in the sky.
The book tells wonderful and imaginary facts, but without falling into the absurd; and that it will leave good teachings to those who read it, whether children or adults.