Peter Pan

Peter Pan is a novel written by Scottish novelist and playwright James Matthew Barrie from 1860 to 1937. The story was originally a stage play and the author turned the script into a novel. It was first published in the United Kingdom and the United States in 1911, Formerly known as Peter Pan and Wendy.
The novel tells the story of a flying, naughty boy Peter Pan and his adventures on Never Island. He is accompanied by Wendy Darling and her two younger brothers, Tinker Bell, and the lost boys. A group of pirates headed by Captain Hook is their greatest threat.