Mary Rose is a play written by Barrie in 1920. It concerns a woman who has returned home after living among fairies.
Charlotte’s Web, written by E. B. White in 1952, is a children’s novel that also deals with motherhood (in this case a spider who nurtures a young pig) as well as the perils of maturity.
The Little White Bird; Or, Adventures in Kensington Gardens, a novel written by Barrie in 1902, is a precursor to the story of Peter Pan.
Androcles and the Lion, a 1913 play by George Bernard Shaw is a children’s farce that was written as a direct response to Peter Pan.
The Peter Pan Syndrome: Men Who Have Never Grown Up (1983) is a nonfiction book by Dan Kileya. It is a psychological analysis of males in the United States.