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Book Review Of Harry Potter

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Harry Potter's life is miserable. His par. Magical start of the fantastic boy-wizard series. Read Common Sense Media's Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone review, age rating, and parents guide. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book Review). This book was written by J.K. Rowling. The genre of this book is fiction. This is a story about Harry Potter.

Share via Email Harry Potter thinks he is a perfectly normal boy. Living in a stuffy old cupboard under the stairs is just one of the reasons why Harry hates living with the Dursleys. Unusual things happen to Harry, such as an incident with a snake at the zoo which resulted in him being locked in the cupboard for a month! Then, some unusual letters start arriving for Harry; this confuses and irritates Uncle Vernon so he takes the family somewhere where he thinks no-one will find him but he was greatly mistaken. A giant-sized man with beetle black eyes goes to tell Harry some very astonishing news: Harry is a wizard! Soon, Harry has lots of adventures in his new wizarding school, Hogwarts, but not all is fun and games. Someone is planning to steal a special object being hidden in Hogwarts… but who is it? I love this book SO much because when you are reading it, you feel like you are inside the book. I feel like I am actually in Hogwarts, watching the ghosts and duelling enemies. This amazing book is exciting, fun and hard to stop reading! I think children should read this book when they are 7 or over because it has some hard words in it and some bits are slightly complicated. Plus, if you liked it, you can read the next 6 books in the series which are just as good as the first. Happy reading!

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child brings to the fore the troubles of dealing with both famous and infamous legacies, of fragile human relationships, of having a shot at altering your life and deciding who to put first — yourself or others. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is very much a Potter book — it has all the plot twists and turns and characters and quotes that stay with you long after you have read the book.

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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

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I thought I loved the Harry Potter books when I first read them, but when I bought the illustrated version The fully illustrated Philosopher's Stone still has all the wonder and amazement as the boy-turned-wizard embarks on a harrowing 7-book-adventure and the illustrations bring a whole new dimension.

Seriously, I can't emphasize enough how much I love this book. Just look at these images - they're magnificent: Hogwarts, Hogwarts.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J.K. Rowling – review

Hoggy Hoggy warty warts. Just look at sad, tiny Harry.

Don't worry kid - life will get better! Not only are these full-color, high quality images but there are so many of them.

Often, illustrated books have a picture here or there but not HP.

There's pages and pages of pictures like this - and often the pages without full-sized images will have a small illustrations here and there between the large ones.

Words cannot express how highly I recommend this one. If you haven't read HP recently