The Darling family lives in London, in the Bloomsbury section, in the era of 1900 to 1904 assumedly. Peter Pan often flew from Never Land to there to listen to Wendy's various stories about him.One night Peter visited the Darling family nursery. Wendy is awakened when Peter is trying to get his shadow on. Wendy offers to sew it on for him (as he is trying to reattach it with a bar of soap). Through conversation, Wendy learns that Peter likes to hear her stories. However, when Peter learns that she is to "grow up" the next day, Peter offers to take her to Never Land where she would never grow up.
Role in the series
Bloomsbury makes its first appearance in the special Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Battle for the Book, Michael and John love hearing Wendy's stories about Never Land-especially when Peter Pan outsmarts Captain Hook, But that sneaky snook Hook hates to look like a bumbling fool, so he decides to fly to London, steal Wendy's storybook, and destroy her stories once and for all.Peter becomes aware of Hook's action and ask Jake and his pirate crew help Wendy and her siblings.Bloomsbury makes another appearance at the end of the special to thank Jake and his crew for saving her book Wendy tells the group a story much to there delight. Unknown to the group at first that even Captain Hook and his crew were enjoying the story from outside the window, until Hook loses his footing and is left dangling from the Darling household screaming for Smee to save him as the Darling siblings, Jake and his crew laugh at his humiliation.
Bloomsbury only appearance in the printed media is the storybook adaption of Battle for the Book.
Bloomsbury only video game appearance in the series is the online game "Jake's Lost Story Quest." Like in the episode special Captain Hook over hears Wendy and her siblings retelling adventures from there first visit to Never Land.Sick of looking like a fool Hook flies to London to destroy Wendy's book.