Crafting a Sequel to 'Peter Pan' The owner of the copyright to the Peter Pan story has decided on an author to write a sequel to the children's classic. Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London, which owns the rights to J.M. Barrie's classic, selected an author to pen the sequel.
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Crafting a Sequel to 'Peter Pan'

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Crafting a Sequel to 'Peter Pan'

Crafting a Sequel to 'Peter Pan'

Crafting a Sequel to 'Peter Pan'

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The owner of the copyright to Peter Pan has decided on an author to write a sequel to the children's classic.

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Geraldine McCaughrean, writing sequel to Peter Pan; author of more than 130 books and plays for adults and children