In 2004 Great Ormond Street Hospital, which owns the copyright to J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan
, decided to sanction a sequel. The competition attracted authors from all over the world, and McCaughrean won. Now you can read more about Peter Pan and Neverland, warpaint and crocodiles. Wendy and the Lost Boys fly to Neverland again to help Peter. Brilliant storytelling. From OUP.
Neverland is calling again... Something is wrong in Neverland. Dreams are leaking out - strangely real dreams, of pirates and mermaids, of war paint and crocodiles. For Wendy and the Lost Boys it is a clear signal - Peter Pan needs their help, and so it is time to do the unthinkable and fly to Neverland again. But back in Neverland, everything has changed-and the dangers they find there are far beyond their dreams. . . Specially commissioned by Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children as the winner of their competition to write the official sequel to J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan, Peter Pan in Scarlet is a thrilling adventure that you will never forget. Proceeds from every copy sold will go to benefit Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.