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All Harry Potter has ever known is his miserable life at the Dursley's House, but now he has a chance to leave his terrible life and go to a school of magic called Hogwarts School of Magic. In this school he has oppurtunities to play sports and hang out with friends, but his Aunt and Uncle won't let him go to this school. So he has to run away to attend this new and interesting School. When he finally gets to this school he finds out what it is like to have friends again but he still has problems with other students as well. Art Deco Table Lamps, He finds that he is so good at magic that he is given special priviledges by the faculty and the other students become jealous of him and some do not like him anymore. This is a good book it holds the attention of the reader very well. I would suggest this book to anyone of any age.
I first saw this book at Borders, when I was in forth grade art deco, before Harry Potter became very popular. I was going to buy it, but then opted not to because it was in hardback and I didn't want to spend that much of my allowance on a book. Then two weeks later my 4th grade teacher read it to our class and the entire class was hooked. Art lamps Can you imagine a class that usually groans when the teacher is going to read aloud, hanging on her every word and begging her not to stop? Well after that I and the rest of my class were hooked. I think it's a spectacular book and series and I reread if frequently. One of the great things about it is every time you read it you find out somthing new. JK Rowling is an awesome writer and deserves all the awards she gets. I also like the fact that she has hidden clues in her writing and if you read between the lines, you can figure out some things.
After Harry Potter became popular, my school librarian wanted to ban the book from our school. She said it promoted witchcraft and evil doings. She also convinced some parents that they shouldn't let their children read it. During one library session she told us that she wasn't allowing anyone to check it out. Naturally, our class asked why. Deco table lamps, She told us her views and I asked her: "Have you ever read it?" Do you want to know what her answer was? No, she had never read it. I completley dissagree with the views that Harry Potter promotes witchcraft and other awful things. It's a classic good vs evil story. It just so happens that the evil and the good have magical powers. Harry and Dumbledore are the good (Harry being a pretty normal kid, and Dumbledore being a wise wizard), and the evil is a horrible wizard. I think it's one of the best series in the world and a work of genius.
 
 
 

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