Peter Pan is a classic children's tale set in Victorian London. It concerns Peter, Wendy, and Michael Darling, who meet the mischievous Peter Pan, a boy who never grows older. One night, Peter whisks them off to Neverland-a magical land full of fairies, pirates, crocodiles, and Native Americans. However, both Neverland and Peter are more dangerous than they seem, and the children soon realize that they miss their parents. The novel explores themes of childhood, innocence, imagination, and responsibility.