tell from the title, it's meant to be a prequel story. Like Barrie's novel of Peter Pan, it's a novelization of a play. This play had been created by the same author along with Helen Dooley and Bob Walsh. This staging, however, started as a musical. I had been aware of it in this form. But when I looked into at the time, I uncovered inconstistencies and then paid it no more mind. But here it is again, as a book.Another Peter Pan story drifted my way. It's been around for a little while (since May 10, 2010), but this is the first I've seen of it. Hook and Peter Pan: How It All Began by Giles Scott. As you can
First let me say it's nice to see that Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens is recognized, as it tells of him being a baby and a week old. No other prequel attempt that I know of (with the current available information) has even acknowledged Barrie's origin tale. Unfortunately, though, I didn't have to look too far to see a place or two that it doesn't connect to Barrie.