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Peter Pan and the Only Children

by Gilbert Adair

Other authors: Jenny Thorne (Illustrator)

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We are on a passenger steamer somewhere in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Ten-year-old Miranda Porter, only daughter of Major and Mrs. 'Lillibet' Porter, is drowsing in her cabin when the light of the full moon falls through the porthole and a strangely disembodied voice awakes her with the words: 'It's a braw, bricht, moonlicht nicht the nicht.'
Thus begins the adventure of Miranda Porter, an adventure which will lead her and the reader to a renewed friendship with the very same Peter Pan whom she and we already know (although he claims to remember nothing of a previous existence), to a near-deadly encounter with Captain Hook and to many wistful nights in the depths of the Indian Ocean.
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