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Harry Potter was and orphan who was forced to live with is Aunt, Uncle, and cousin. Harry Potter was miserable for the first ten years of his life until the fateful day when he received a letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. After a day of shopping in Diagon Alley, Harry waits for the train that'll take him to his new school. Once there, Harry is sorted into Gryffindor, one of the four houses at Hogwarts. Harry learns that he is a famous boy for vanquishing the evil wizard Lord Voldemort. Art Shade Table Lamps, As the year goes on, Harry has become the Seeker of the Gryffindor Quidditch team. He has also discovered what lies hidden in Hogwarts, the Sorcerer's Stone. It has the power to turn metal into gold and produces the Elixir of Life. In the end, Harry, Ron, and Hermione go through the trapdoor and stop Professor Quirrell from giving the Stone to Voldemort.
I loved this book because it is told in a way that the author is actually is a kid. She tells the story like she knows what kids Art Shade today are like, and I like that. An example of Rowling's understanding is this: "Harry smile weakly. Yes, trying on the hat was a lot better than having to do a spell, but he did wish they could have tried it on without everyone watching. The hat seemed to be asking rather a lot: Harry didn't feel brave or quick-witted or any of it at the moment. It only the hat had mentioned a house for people who felt a bit queasy, that would have been the one for him."
Another reason why I like Harry Potter Lamps and the Sorcerer's Stone is that it has a lot of fantasy. An example of fantasy would be this: "All at once there was a scraping noise and the egg split open. The baby dragon flopped onto the table. It wasn't exactly pretty; Harry thought it looked like a crumpled, black umbrella. Its spiny wings were huge compared to its skinny jet body, it had a long snout with wide nostrils, the stubs of horns and bulging, orange eyes." It's a very interesting description of a dragon. It's really cool Lamp.
My favorite part of the book was when Harry was playing Quidditch against Slytherins. It was really exciting and I really liked Art Shade the way the game went. I was worried when Harry was about to fall off his broom, but I was relieved Hermione managed to distract Quirrell from jinxing Harry's broom. I was very content in the end of the game when Gryffindor won. I was funny that Harry nearly swallowed the Golden Snitch.
 
 
 

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