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Everyone loves a bedtime story even Peter Pan himself, who plucked the Darling children from their nursery one night just so Wendy could tell him stories. Join Peter, Tinkerbell, and the Darling children on a magical adventure to Neverland. This new Classic Pop-Ups book brings the beloved J. M. Barrie tale to life with marvelous illustrations by Paul Hess, extraordinary pop-ups, and atmospheric sounds and music. Fly with Peter Pan over London while Big Ben peals over the dark city; enjoy a laugh in Peter's underground home; hear the tick-tocking crocodile attack Captain Hook; and sail back home through the clouds on the Jolly Roger. Peter Pan is an absolutely enchanting book for children of all ages including adults who never grew up themselves.
\J. M. Barrie (1860-1937), Scottish author and dramatist, is best remembered for creating Peter Pan. Paul Hess, a children's books illustrator, has won two awards from the Association of Illustrators. He lives in Gateshead, U.K. Libby Hamilton edits children's literature and has written several books. She lives in London.9781607100959 \\Jim Supica is President of Old Town Station, Ltd., Collector Firearms. He is co-author of Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson, and his column -Ask the Gun Guy+ appears monthly in Shotgun News. He is also a contributing editor for American Rifleman, Blue Book of Gun Values, Flayderman+s Guide to Antique American Arms, and Standard Catalog of Firearms. In addition, Supica is a featured appraiser on American Rifleman TV's -I have this old gun+ segment. He serves on the NRA Board of Directors, and is past President of the S&W Collectors Association and the Missouri Valley Arms Collectors Association. Supica is also director of the National Firearms Museum for the NRA. He lives in Washington, DC.