Monday, January 18, 2016

Why Peter Pan Is The Best Book Ever

I recently re watched the movie "Finding Neverland," and it reminded me why Peter Pan is such an amazing book. So here are a few reasons why I think Peter Pan is the best children's book.

Peter Pan teaches children:

That they should enjoy their childhood.

But growing up isn't bad either.
In case you can't read it, it says, "Just because you 'grew up' doesn't mean the magic you believed in before isn't still there."

That a good imagination is a wonderful thing, and something that should be treasured.

That you can always escape to Neverland when you need to.

And that parents are a wonderful thing to have.

I love the way that Neverland can be anything that you imagine it to be. There isn't really one Neverland, everyone has their own.

Peter Pan himself is a bit like Neverland, in the way that he is different to each child that reads the book. Also the fact that Peter Pan can fly adds a more carefree look to him. My personal favorite Peter Pan Hollywood version is the "Once Upon A Time" Peter Pan, portrayed by Robbie Kay. Even though he was a "bad" Peter Pan, he was still awesome.

Comment if there is anything about Peter Pan that you like that I didn't mention!

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