Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone

Title: Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone

By: J. K. Rowling

This is the first book of the Harry Potter series and let me tell you, this book is awesome! It is so good that I want to keep reading it over and over again. You might know the Harry Potter series written by J. K. Rowling because she is very famous and there is a whole lot of Harry Potter movies too.

The story starts off with a baby boy who is later going to be the main character of the book, and his name is called Harry Potter. At first, he is dropped off by the headmaster of the wizarding school (Hogwarts). On the door of his aunt and uncle’s house with a letter telling them that his parents were killed by the evil dark wizard by the name of “Voldemort.” Then the book fast forwards to about ten years later when Harry is older and is still living with his aunt, uncle, and cousin who does not seem to like him very much. One day this tall and big giant-like man breaks into their house and says that it is about time for him to take Harry to Hogwarts to learn magic. At first, his aunt and uncle wouldn’t let Harry go because they are sort of the type people who do not like magic, but at the end, Hagrid (The tall guy) still managed to take him. Later on in the book it goes on with the interesting yet dangerous adventures which Harry had in Hogwarts.

I Recommend this book for anyone who is interested in magic to read these series because this is just the first book, I personally love these series because of the way the author writes it, she always gives this sense of excitement.If you want to find out what happens at the end you can borrow it from the library.
By: James A.

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