Captain James Hook and the Curse of Peter Pan by Jeremy Marshall

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Night after night, for untold years, Peter Pan flew into children’s rooms and took them to a far away land with the promise of endless adventure. That is until one night in Port Royal, when Peter meets James Hoodkins and sets events in motion that create his greatest enemy: Captain James Hook. The Curse of Peter Pan tells the life of the man who becomes the symbol for piracy around the world. Captain James Hook has reason and wit behind his seething hatred for Peter Pan. If only someone would listen...
 

About Jeremy Marshall

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Jeremiah Kleckner, M.S.Ed., is a Language Arts teacher at the Samuel E. Shull Middle School in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. He also serves on the Board of Trustees at the Elysian Charter School in Hoboken. When not grading papers or coaching wrestling, he enjoys singing, reading, writing, drawing, and spending time with his family. Jeremy Marshall works at a private special needs school in New Jersey. Jeremy has always had a love of writing. In his spare time you can find him creating another story idea, riding his motorcycle, or spending time with his wife, Lori Marshall. Peter Gilliver is an Associate Editor of the Oxford English Dictionary and is also working on a history of the OED. Jeremy Marshall is an Associate Editor of the Oxford English Dictionary and co-author of Questions of English. Edmund Weiner is Deputy Chief Editor of the Oxford English Dictionary.He has written several books on English grammar and usage and teaches an annual course in the history of English.
 
Published November 15, 2013 by Jeremiah Kleckner and Jeremy Marshall. 199 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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