Peter Pan allows us to think that we can make the impossible possible.
We can conceive and believe something, but until we take action, nothing will become of our idea.
One night while Peter Pan is leaving the children’s nursery, Nana, the dog who is the children’s nanny, catches Peter Pan’s shadow in its mouth.
Mrs Darling examines the shadow and decides to roll it up and place in a drawer.
One night, Peter Pan returns for his shadow while the three children are sleeping in the nursery, and unfortunately Nana is locked outside the home. They find Peter’s shadow, but he cannot stick it back on and starts to cry.
The crying awakes Wendy, and of course she wants to know why he is crying. There is a lot of exchange going on between Wendy and Peter, and Tinkerbell is quite jealous.
The children are flying to Neverland which is far away.
It’s very tiring, and they are sleepy, but how can you sleep while flying.
There is a rivalry between Peter Pan and Captain Hook who lost his hand because of Peter Pan.
Peter cut off Captain Hook’s right arm and fed it to a crocodile who now thirsts for the villain’s blood.