Peter Pan and Wendy

J. M. Barrie

Illustrated by Debra McFarlane

The much-loved story of Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, is one of the most enduring creations in children’s literature.


Generations of young readers have delighted in Peter Pan’s ’awfully big adventure’ and the wonderful characters – from Tinkerbell to Captain Hook – that make his story so captivating. Author J. M. Barrie donated the royalties from his Peter Pan works to Great Ormond Street Hospital.

This large-format edition is modelled on the most beautiful children’s books of the Edwardian era. Artist Debra McFarlane has created 12 entrancing colour plates and 23 black-and-white ink drawings, including a delightful map of Neverland. With pale blue endpapers printed with a design by the artist, and a silver-and-pink blocked royal blue binding, this is a book to treasure and hand down for generations.

Production Details

Bound in blocked buckram

Set in Caslon

216 pages

Frontispiece and 11 colour illustrations, and 23 integrated black & white illustrations

Printed endpapers

Plain slipcase

11¾˝ x 8¾˝


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