A couple of years ago my book club read the original Peter Pan. I love this book and highly recommend, especially for mothers. The gals weren't into it like me, though, not having the emotional history with All Things Disney and Especially Peter Pan that I do.
Captain Hook was a complex character in the book which was a pleasant surprise. And Peter...he is fantastically, amazingly flawed. I can relate.
Definitely check it out. And, just for the record, I DO NOT buy into the theory that Barrie was homosexual.
Katherine by Anya Seton (my choice)
Radical by David Platt (bookclub)
A Piece of the Mountain: The Story of Blaise Pascal by Joyce McPherson (kid's Humanities lessons)
The Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships: Decoding Social Mysteries Through the Unique Perspectives of Autism by Temple Grandin (my choice, in anticipation of meeting Temple Grandin next month)