Peter Pan in Scarlet

We’ve waited 100 years to see what happened next in Neverland, and this book is more than worth the wait! Wendy and the Lost Boys who once roamed happily with Peter Pan are once again dreaming of Neverland – dreaming of danger. When Peter Pan’s summons comes, no-one can resist it. They must become children again and return to Neverland, where the green woods are turning scarlet and summer is dying… A spellbinding sequel to one of the best-loved children’s stories ever, from a multi-award-winning author.

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  • liked it

    very interesting story book

    8 March 2014

  • Really good.

    8 March 2013

  • A brillant second book to the first book I was really glad when I found it in the libary and readit

    5 March 2013

  • loved it

    Even though this is not by J.M. Barrie (the original Peter Pan author) it is a great sequel. I loved the plot and it was great visiting Neverland again. I love the way the author has written it – it’s like she know’s peter pan in real life – Great read ages 12+

    3 March 2012

  • loved it

    Why are people only giving this book an okay/3 star rating, it’s way better than that! I agree with nhgsbookclub this book would make J.M. Barrie proud! Loved the whole story won’t say why though because it would give to much away- buy it then read it and all will become known!

    24 September 2008

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    Geraldine McCaughrean

    Geraldine is the award-winning author of over 100 books for both children and adults including Peter Pan in Scarlet and The White Darkness.


    Geraldine has won many awards, most notably the Whitbread Award three times for A Little Lower Than the Angels, Gold Dust and Not the End of the World, and the Smarties Award four times for Kite Rider, Plundering Paradise, Smile and Stop the Train!

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