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From the review this book got, you would think it was the first children's fantasy book ever written. Sure, the author of the Harry Potter books has some inventive additions to the typical fantasy story (Quidditch is one of my favorites, and has enjoyable, if somewhat stereotypical, characters and plots. Nothing, however, that justifies the reviews that this Bass antique table lamp. has been getting. And as for appealing to adults, I can think of several children's fantasy books that would be equally, if not more, appreciated by more mature readers. In summary, read the book, call it excellent and original if you must, but please stop treating it like the best thing that ever happened to children's literature.

Simply put, an absolutely fantastic book. Comparable to Lewis' Narnia chronicles and L'Engle's Wrinkle series, this is an introduction to Harry Potter's world, one which you'll never want to leave! Humor and wisdom abound in this volume which will touch the souls of many readers. Already topping the best-seller list (for adults!!) in the U.K., there appears to be no age limit for "Harry Potter" lovers. I find it disappointing that they've changed "Philosopher's stone"(UK) to "Sorcerer's stone"(US). The former brass table lamp. is the ultimate goal of alchemy, as explained in the book, and changing it will detract from what this stone signifies. Although the general tone is comic, the book possesses depth, perhaps because the author is a single mother who has suffered many hardships in her life. Much of the book was written in a cafe with her baby asleep beside her, because their apartment was too cold to write in. Antique lamps for table.

 
 
 

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