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Anderson, Jodi Lynn.
New York : Harper Teen, 2012

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Have you ever read or seen Peter Pan?  Did you ever wonder what Peter and Neverland were like before Wendy and her brothers came to stay? Tiger Lily is an outcast in her tribe and lives alone in the deep woods of Neverland. The trouble starts when fifteen year old Tiger Lily who is the daughter of the tribe’s shaman meets a captivating young man. Peter Pan finds himself drawn to this girl with the crow feather stuck in her hair. The two are bonded by young love and friendship. Wendy Darling is the challenge to their relationship and Peter must decide between the very English Miss Darling and the wild Tiger Lily. Wendy Darling believes in love stories, family, and mothering younger children. She also tells excellent stories. Tiger Lily is her complete opposite and loves the freedom of living alone in the woods totally wild and without parental supervision. Peter is the leader of the Lost Boys. He is enthralled by the loving care that Wendy bestows on his rag-tag group. Wendy is the mother they all miss; she is the one they left behind and still long for in their hearts. But yet there is the call of the wild!  (Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Award, 2015)

SUBJECTS:   Fairies -- Fiction.
                        Love -- Fiction.
                        Magic -- Fiction.
                        Love stories.
                        Fantasy fiction.

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