The Little White Bird; Or, Adventures in Kensington Gardens

The Little White Bird; Or, Adventures in Kensington Gardens

J. M. Barrie

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Repro India Limited
Año de edición:
2024
ISBN:
9789358046823
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In J. M. Barrie’s literary creation, readers are invited to step into a captivating world where imagination knows no bounds. Originally penned in 1902, this enchanting tale whisks us away to the magical realm of Kensington Gardens, a place where the wonder and innocence of childhood thrive. Within these pages, we follow the adventures of a young boy named David as he embarks on a series of whimsical escapades within the gardens’ lush confines. As we accompany David on his journey, we encounter an array of unforgettable characters and enchanting encounters, each one revealing the boundless possibilities of youthful dreams and the enduring allure of the fantastical. J. M. Barrie’s masterful storytelling transports us to a realm where reality and fantasy entwine seamlessly, offering profound insights into the nature of childhood wonder and the timeless magic that resides within us all. This literary gem, penned over a century ago, continues to captivate readers of every generation, serving as a testament to the enduring enchantment of stories that touch the heart.

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