This classic adaptation of James Barrie's play tells the story of Peter Pan, a mischievous little boy who can fly, and his adventures on the island of Neverland with Wendy Darling and her brothers, the fairy Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, and the pirate Captain Hook.
J.M. Barrie’s classic tale. Come to Neverland for an unforgettable adventure with Peter, Wendy, the lost boys, mermaids, indians, fairies and pirates! All brilliantly voiced by David Skulski.
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Peter Pan, Wendy, Capitan Uncino: una delle avventure più famose , in cui bambini e bambine, ragazzi e ragazze, uomini e donne, mamme, babbi, nonni, e fate partecipano gioendo, riflettendo, commuovendosi, e applaudendo. E anche se voi, ascoltatori, applaudirete al momento giusto, allora salverete qualche fata da una morte precoce!
Set in the fictional Scottish town of Thrums, a young minister finds himself caught between loyalty and love - the parish members' criticism and his love for a young Gypsy girl who turns out to be an educated and benevolent woman.
As a baby, Peter Pan fell out of his carriage, and was taken by fairies to Never-Never Land.There he could fly, became the champion of the Lost Boys, and a friend to the fairy, Tinker Bell. Revisiting England, Peter becomes involved with Wendy Darling and her younger brothers, all of whom accompany Peter to Never-Never Land. Peter, the Lost Boys, and the children have many adventures, including vanquishing the pirate, Captain Hook.
The adventures of the three Darling children in Never-Never Land, featuring Captain Hook and his gang of pirates, the fairy Tinkerbell, and Peter Pan, the boy who would never grow up.
James Matthew Barrie’s Peter Pan was first performed as a play in 1904, and has since become one of the most widely performed and adapted children’s stories in the world. It is considered by many to be the only children’s play that is also a great work of literature. Peter Pan’s success is due in part to a fresh means of storytelling that appeals to both adults and children. While children enjoy the imaginative story and flights of fancy, adults can relate to Peter Pan’s desire to forego mature responsibilities and live in the moment.
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This is a diverting delight, a window on romance in literature. There are high lovers and low lovers, tragic lovers, comic lovers, and lovers who shouldn’t be doing what they are doing at all and certainly not then and there. There is even Fanny Hill trying not to discover what physical love is about when set upon by an old roué who has paid for the privilege. Though of special interest for lovers and their special lover’s day of St. Valentine, it is an amusing and sometimes surprising collection.
Accompagné de la fée Clochette, Peter Pan entraîne la petite Wendy Darling et ses frères John et Michael au Pays Imaginaire. Dans ce voyage, ils vont affronter le légendaire et cruel capitaine Crochet et ses pirates, mais aussi croiser les Peaux-rouges, les sirènes et les fées.
No wonder this was one of Helen Hayes' favorite roles! Plain Maggie works behind the scenes for the man she loves while he never suspects that it is she who is making him successful in his career. Enter "the other woman"....
A Londra è notte. I signori Darling sono a ua festa e i tre figli, Wendy, Gianni e il piccolo Michele dormono nella loro stanza...
This fanciful story of the boy who would not grow up, Wendy, the Lost Boys, Captain Hook, and the Crocodile has been presented in many formats - stage, screen, and television. Listen to the original book and you will understand why this magical story has endured for generations.
James Matthew Barrie's Peter Pan is considered one of the greatest fantasy tales ever written. It is the story of a boy who wouldn't grow up. Follow Peter Pan with Wendy to Neverland and share in their adventures with the lost boys, Tinker Bell, and the evil Captain Hook. Originally performed as a play in 1904, Peter Pan is presented here in the book format that was subsequently written and published by Barrie following the success of his play. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian.
Mr. und Mrs. Darling waren bei den Nachbarn zum Essen eingeladen, als Peter Pan, der Junge, der nie erwachsen werden wollte, Wendy und ihre Brüder in das geheimnisvolle Niemalsland entführte. Dort bekommen sie es mit Piraten, Feen, Meerjungfrauen und vor allem dem gefährlichen Käptn Hook zu tun.
Il testo originale non sembra un libro per bambini. E’ piuttosto il ritratto di coloro che non riescono a crescere (da cui ha origine, appunto, la sindrome di Peter Pan). Il ritratto malinconico di una figura che siamo stati abituati a considerare fiabesca, lo specchio di alcune parti di noi che sono rimaste bambine e che hanno bisogno di essere accolte.Adatto a: tutti coloro che hanno difficoltà ad accettare che il tempo passa, agli eterni sognatori, a tutti coloro che hanno un capello bianco.
C'est un vendredi soir que Peter Pan, le garçon qui refusait de grandir vient rechercher son ombre et entraîne avec lui Wendy, Michael et John vers le Pays de Nulle Part. Une île enchantée où vivent pêle-mêle les fées, les Peaux-Rouges, les enfants perdus, le crocodile et les pirates du redoutable Capitaine Crochet.
Ce vendredi soir, la voie est libre pour Peter Pan, le petit garçon qui refuse de grandir : Mr et Mrs Darling sont absents et la chienne Nana, qui tient lieu de nurse à leurs enfants Wendy, John et Michael, a été enchaînée dans le jardin. Venu récupérer son ombre abandonnée lors d'une précédente visite, Peter se trouve face à Wendy.
Peter Pan ist die Hauptfigur einiger Kindergeschichten von James Matthew Barrie und dort das einzige Kind, das niemals erwachsen wird. Peter Pan lebt im Nimmerland, einer fiktiven Insel. Er ist Anführer der "verlorenen Jungs", einer Gruppe von Jungen. Pans Gegenspieler ist der Anführer der Piraten, Captain Hook. Nimmerland ist der Haupthandlungsort, an dem Kinder niemals erwachsen werden. Hier wohnen Elfen, Piraten, Indianer, Meerjungfrauen und natürlich Kinder. In Nimmerland muss man nur an etwas glauben, damit es passiert.
The 12 Pound Look by James M Barrie read by Christine Rendel, a biting comic satire depicting man's overblown pride. It is that day in your career when everything went wrong just when everything seemed to be superlatively right. Harry Sims' preparations to receive a knighthood are disrupted by an unexpected arrival. But who is she? From the author of Peter Pan comes a grown-up comedy with a feminist slant which reveals Barrie's sharp wit and keen sense of social satire.
Window in Thrums - the story of the "untrue son" - is about the fictional village of Thrums. The story and setting are widely acknowledged to be modelled on Barrie's home town of Kirriemuir. It was one of his earlier works which, along with Auld Licht Idylls, also published in 1889. The novel contains many memorable sketches and illuminations of Scottish life at the time, and it paved the way for the rest of Barrie's great career.