Peter Pan



One of my favorite stories is Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie, and so our first day in London we headed to Hyde Park where there is a statue of this wonderful character. It was quite cold that day, and we had to wear jackets to ward off the cold wind. It even decided to spit rain on us, but we were not deterred in the least.

By the way, a little added piece, a friend on FB gave me this link today about replicas of this statue around the world! Think we should go on a scavenger hunt for Peter Pan? Check this out: http://www.publicartaroundtheworld.com/Peter_Pan_Statue.html

One thought on “Peter Pan

  1. Never Fairy

    Hooray for Peter Pan!
    Isn’t it great how the statue just ‘appears’ out of the corner or your eye after walking and walking… :D

    I like to make sure Peter Pan fans know about these two books, for they’re very good and different from the ‘others.’

    A story based on Barrie’s own idea for more:
    Click!

    And a great ‘What if?’ adventure that charts a new course for it all, anchored in Barrie’s core themes. (but it’s not for the kids!): Click!
    BELIEVE!

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