What is the rising action of the book Peter Pan?
In a story's plot structure, the rising action consists of a series of incidents and events that generate suspense, tension, and greater interest in the narrative.
In Peter Pan, the rising action includes Peter and Tinker Bell flying into the Darling residence and introducing themselves to Wendy, John, and Michael just as they're about to go to bed. Peter goes on to teach Wendy and her brothers how to fly before whisking them away to Neverland. Once there, the rising action continues, with Wendy meeting the Lost Boys and being captured by Captain Hook and the pirates.
Wendy also finds herself the object of Tinker Bell's jealousy, and the manipulative fairy tries to kill Wendy as well as makes a shabby deal with Captain Hook. It's not just Tinker Bell who's jealous of Wendy, but Tiger Lily too. Like Tinker Bell, she's also competing for Peter's affections and so sees Wendy as a love rival.