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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - Community Reviews back

by J.K. Rowling, Mary GrandPré
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Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 2 weeks ago
The review below was based on my first read of the Harry Potter books, ages ago and in Dutch. Updated reviews will follow after a reread (in English) I plan to do. I took me years to start reading Harry Potter. I think the main reason was my parents didn't like fantasy, and I used to think this wo...
Pandabearbooks
Pandabearbooks rated it 4 months ago
This took me longer than expected this time around! Not too surprising considering this is by far my most read Potter-book, so it's sort of lost the hook for me. Very enjoyable still.
Kaytee Keefe
Kaytee Keefe rated it 4 months ago
The whole Harry Potter series is awesome. The magical elements of it all hook you in and make you not want to put the book down. Following Harry and his friends through their adventures is so suspenseful! In the classroom, this could be used for whole group reading, literature circles, independent...
Bridget Reads
Bridget Reads rated it 4 months ago
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Hanna's Shelf
Hanna's Shelf rated it 5 months ago
After living ten years being treated horribly by his aunt, uncle and cousin, Harry Potter discovers he is a wizard on his 11th birthday. From that moment on he is invited to a Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry where he learns there is more to being a wizard than spells and wands. Together w...
Aashaman
Aashaman rated it 7 months ago
Harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone J.K Rowling Protagonist – Harry potter, Hermione granger, Ronald weasley Antagonist – Voldemort, Quirinus Quirrel Short summary – When young Harry’s mother and father die by the hands of a dark wizard. Harry gets landed up with his aunt and uncle. On the day...
Mrs. McKee's Library
Mrs. McKee's Library rated it 9 months ago
This book follows a boy and his friends as they navigate life as wizards. I would use this book in 6th grade. I would encourage the students to continue to read the rest of the series. The book would be great to have group discussions. The students could write an add for Harry Potter's Flying Nimbus...
hunterfree03
hunterfree03 rated it 9 months ago
This is a story revolving around a boy who thinks their is nothing special about him and his foster family goes out of their way to make his life miserable. Then one day he discovers he is a famous wizard and goes to a new school and makes tones of friends and has a great adventure.. Really this c...
Nero Seal
Nero Seal rated it 10 months ago
There are a lot of people who says that new fantasy books are crap and made for children. They don’t pay attention to those and don’t even try to read before judging. Only universally received does deserve the attention of those people. And sometimes it is sad to know that labels are being glued to ...
aminor2
aminor2 rated it 10 months ago
Harry Potter is a classis book for the 21st century child. I think it should definitely only be for older elementary grades or middle school. This book would be easy for a teacher to read to students to spark imagination befor a creative writing assignment.
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