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Ridley Pearson’s initial success came in crime fiction, with series heroes like detective Lou Boldt or standalone novels such as The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer, which topped best-seller lists in 2002. After Pearson read Peter Pan to his daughter in their St. Louis home, he co-wrote 2004’s Peter and the Starcatchers, a prequel to Peter Pan that spawned a best-selling series and a Broadway adaptation that won 5 Tony Awards.  In 2005 Pearson introduced young fans to Kingdom Keepers, a Disney-themed adventure series.  A writer who never failed to thrill his audience, Ridley Pearson captivated readers of all ages by always focusing on telling a compelling story.

Ridley Pearson

Date of Birth Field/Achievement Location of Star Date of Induction

03-13-1953

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6259 Delmar

04-02-2018

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