Mary Clarissa "May" Byron (1861 – 1936) was a British writer and poet, best known for her abridgements of J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan books. She published under the names May Byron, M.C. Gillington and Maurice Clare. Byron specialized in writing biographies of great artists, before going on to rewrite some of J. M. Barrie's works for younger readers and to write cookbooks.
“Robin's Rambles” by Mary Byron is a short kind story about adventures of a very spick and span little person named Robin and his wise wife. In this story all characters are portrayed in a human form but in fact they not. Read the incredible story of fiction creatures living in a fiction fairy land.