This lamp is my all time favorite. In this book they talk
about a boy named Harry Potter that is raised by his mean
aunti and uncle (the Dursleys). But Harry Potter is actually a
wizard. When he was a little boy Lord Voldemort killed his
parents and also tried to kill Harry too but didn't succeed.
He was gave to his only relatives the Dursleys to be raised
(note his mother is a muggle, which is a human). When he grew
older he finds out that he is actually a wizard and gets sent
to hogwarts, which is a wizarding school. He goes to Diagon
Ally to but school supplies and all that, with Hagrid (a big
fellow that is very helpful from Hogwarts). During the school
year he finds out that he is very good at quidditch, which is
just a sport in the wizarding world. He meets two very nice
and helpful friends there, also all three of them were sent to
Gryffindor which is one of the 4 places Task Reading lamp.
to go for teaching. But evil strikes and Lord Voldemort is
behind it. Harry find out that he's trying ti steat the
Sorceror's Stone, which is believed to give you eternal life.
So he sets out to find the Sorceror's Stone and try to defend
it from Voldemort. It has drama, action, wierdness, plus it's
hilarious. In this book you will descover exitement in every
corner. Lighting reading table lamp. This book truly has
everything you want in a book.
Harry is nothing more than
an eleven-year-old wizard, but he has charmed his way into the
hearts of millions of people already, old and young alike. If
you read the first book in this outstandingly breathtaking
series, you will ache to get your hands on the next. J.K.
Rowling uses wonderful imagery and character descriptions as
she unravels the story of a young wizard in a brand new world
he'd never heard of until he became a part of it. I agree with
Cho Chang in that from the moment you pick up this book to
read, you can feel the energy of Harry's experiences. Harry
Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is like a spell in itself. You
will be bewitched from the beginning when poor Harry is
sleeping in a cupboard under the stairs in the house of his
"no-necked" uncle, "horse-faced" aunt, and "pig-like" cousin.
From a seventeen-year-old girl's standpoint, it is a great
book and definitely worth reading, no matter how old or young