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Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

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Author: James M. Barrie
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 15,634 / 48 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 76.5
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 3,149
mnybks.net#: 908
Genre: Young Readers
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s, but they usually give a civil answer to a civil question, and he was quite angry when these two ran away the moment they saw him. Another was lolling on a garden-chair, reading a postage-stamp which some human had let fall, and when he heard Peter's voice he popped in alarm behind a tulip.

To Peter's bewilderment he discovered that every fairy he met fled from him. A band of workmen, who were sawing down a toadstool, rushed away, leaving their tools behind them. A milkmaid turned her pail upside down and hid in it. Soon the Gardens were in an uproar. Crowds of fairies were running this way and that, asking each other stoutly, who was afraid, lights were extinguished, doors barricaded, and from the grounds of Queen Mab's palace came the rubadub of drums, showing that the royal guard had been called out.

A regiment of Lancers came charging down the Broad Walk, armed with holly-leaves, with which they jog the enemy horribly in passing. Peter heard the little people crying everywhere that there w

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 3 from 1 reviews: ***
2007.01.05
Shay Stephens
***..

A cute book and a quick read. Not as good as Peter Pan, but still enjoyable. More detail about fairies and their ways than I think Peter Pan had, so it's worth reading to fill in the corners of the story.


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