This story follows the adventures of the Darling children and Peter Pan, a boy who never grows up. Peter Pan flies into Wendy Darling’s room and convinces her and her brothers to come to Neverland with him and his fairy, Tinker Bell. This story teaches children the importance of believing in the family.
The ‘Active Reader’ series contains 6 levels with 6 books under each level that promote the cognitive abilities of children and encourage independent reading. There are several aspects in the books that help the child grasp the story easily – colourful illustrations and a vocabulary section at the end of each book with context-specific meanings of difficult words. The story ends with either a thought-provoking question or a prompt that encourages the child to think of alternate storylines. They are inspired to draw their own conclusions and understand how the story can be different. This enables children to broaden the horizons of their imagination and take an active interest in learning.
For children above 5 years of age and above, the content is designed on the reading level of the child rather than the age or enrolled grade to ensure that any child can pick up reading and progress at their own pace.