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P eter
Piotruś
Pan
Pan
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P eter
Piotruś
Piotruś
Pan
Pan
Pan
Based on the novel by James Matthew Barrie
Written by
Ewa Wolańska and Adam Wolański
With illustrations by
Michał Dąbrowski
Translation by
Jerzy Chyb
Warsaw 2005
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Reviewer:
Dariusz Kętla
Copy editor:
Natica Schmeder
Production editor:
Barbara Gluza
Cover designer:
Michał Dąbrowski
DTP:
Krzysztof Świstak
Text and illustrations copyright by FELBERG SJA
Publishing House, 2005
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be repro-
duced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,
recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission
of the Publisher.
Printed in Poland
ISBN 83-88667-46-7
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Prologue
T
here was once a little boy who lived in
London. His name was Peter Pan. He dreamed
he would never have to grow up to leave the
world of children’s imagination and become
a boring adult. Peter’s dream was so strong that
he grew a pair of little wings and flew from home
straight to Kensington Gardens, where he lived
among talking birds, elves, fairies and magic
creatures.
One day Peter left Kensington and flew to
Neverland—an island of fabulous adventures
and fantastic dreams. Occasionally the winged
boy returned to London to visit his little
friends—the Darling children.
One such night Mr and Mrs Darling were putting
their children to bed. They had one daughter, Wendy,
and two younger sons, John and Michael.
“Mommy, when will Peter Pan visit us?” asked
Wendy.
“There is no Peter Pan, my dear,” answered Mrs
Darling and kissed her daughter goodnight. Mr Darling
added:
“Go to sleep and stop thinking about all those silly
fairy tales.”
When the children fell asleep and their parents left,
Peter Pan flew in through the bedroom window. A tiny
fairy called Tinker Bell was with him. They both sat on
the side of Wendy’s bed. The hum of their little wings
woke the girl. She was very happy to see Peter and the
fairy.
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