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When I read the book and then saw the movie right after, I could tell that the movie missed out on most of the action. Even though the book is not as good as the other several books out, you would enjoyed reading how "Harry Potter" all started. The movie, so unlike the book, did not include the background to the book, so I would recommend reading the book right before watching the movie. An example of an important juicy detail that is excluded in the movie is the reason behind Snape saving Harry Potter. Bronze Table Lamps,  If you feel like you need to watch the movie before reading the Harry Potter series, I suggest you read the book Sorcerer's Stone before.They exclude details and events. One negative thing that I tend to look at while reading the book, are the adults who agree that Harry Potter contains witchcraft, negativity, death, and evil: too much a child should handle. I have to admit that as a child, I stayed away from Harry Potter because my parents forbidded it. After many years of waiting, I decided to take a stab at it. I found that the books had no negative influence on me whatsoever. Instead, I found myself reading more. You can believe that the books can have a negative influence, read the Harry Potter Series, and actually enjoy it. There are many reasons readers like me who enjoy reading the books. Children can relate to the issues, such as puberty, bullies, social rank, and etc. Even though you may not look into the book to relate, you can read the book for entertainment. The book has drama, comedy, and other symbolic issues.

well I have just finished reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's stone. I thought this was a realy good book. Bronze lamps A story about a young boy who at the age of 11 finds out he is a wizard and is about to go to a school of wizardry will interest a lot of reader. Not just adults though. this book is good for both kids and adults. One character that I was interested in was professor Snape. when you begin to read this book you think that he is trying to kill Harry when in fact he is trying to save him. I found out that Harry's father had once saved Snape. so Shape feels obligated to help Harry. Take the incident at the Quiditch game. They think that he is the one cursing Harrys broom when it realy was Quirell. Althoug,it really wasn't Quirell but Voldemort controlling him. Why Voldemort chose him to do his work, i dont know. Also i think that Dumbledore is helping out Harry the most he can. Like when he didn't get him in trouble when he found the mirror of Erised and when he returned his invisibility cloak. Another thing that infested me wasw the mirror of Erised. I looked closely at the writing that i had on the top. I understood what it said because it was only written backwards. It said " Is how noy your face but you hearts desire" That's why it shows your deepest desires. so I recommend this book to all people who like to read. It is a great book for all ages. bronze lamp

 
 
 

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