Peter and the Starcatchers

By: Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson

National Best Seller Peter and the Starcatchers

Best selling children's novel, Peter and the Starcatchers was made in 2004 by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. This book takes you back to when Peter finds Neverland, when he meets Tinkerbell and when he began to fly and never age.

A brave orphan boy named Peter, is forced onto a boat with his friends to go to Rundoon

to serve the King. He soon meets a mysterious girl named, Molly who has many secrets to hide. When curiosity gets the best of him, he wants to go back to the locked up room with the mystical trunk inside, as he reaches the room though he is soon stopped by Molly. She is forced to tell him about Starcatchers which are people who protect starstuff so it doesn't land in the wrong hands like, The Others. The trunk is the most seen of starstuff because it is so rare. It has powers that can make you fly, never age and other magical things, but if landed in the wrong hands they can be used to destroy the world. Soon all the pirates knew about the trunk and is out to get its power for themselves. Peter and Molly soon arrive to a beautiful island with a mysterious jungle. There, they find more people who are out for the trunk. Peter and Molly battle pirates, Indians and The Others to save the trunk, risking their life's for it. Will the trunk be returned back to safety?


The setting is mostly based on a beautiful island with the idea of paradise, but once you travel deeper into you will find a odd, evasive jungle.


The protagonist is Peter, he has red hair and green eyes. He wants to return the trunk to safety and not use it for evil. He knows that the trunk is worth all their life's so he tries to only risk his.


The antagonist is Stache, he has black hair and a hook for his hand. He wants to use the trunk for evil and for its great power. Nothing can stop him from getting his hands on the trunk and if so they will be killed.

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