I’m such a HP fan, that is HARRY POTTER fan! So, I’ve committed to rereading all of the Harry Potter books in 2020. Whenever I complete them all, I’ll visit the theme park in Florida (if this virus passes 🤞). Until then, I’ll start a little “What Am I Reading?” HP edition for updates on my progress. Therefore, y’all may get more than one book review at a time throughout the year.
“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” is book one to J.K. Rowling’s series. I finished it back in January but had to make sure I wrote one of these for it since that’s kind of my thing now. “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” is an exciting read. If you are looking for something fast-paced but ever-changing throughout, go read “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.”
The book follows a young boy named Harry Potter who experiences a major life change when a giant wizard takes him to an enchanted world of adventures. As he leaves behind his previous life with his nonmagical relatives, he becomes one of the greatest wizards in his new life. Some of the more prominent themes in this book are friendship, loyalty, integrity, self-assurance, growth and life lessons. I really want to dig deep but I hate a spoiler so I try to be as brief as I can be in my reviews.
What I will say is I know I am a SUPER fan of this series for many reasons but one specific one is the relatable characters and the feeling of anything being possible in the real world. The turn of events in the Harry Potter series, I feel, is unmatched by any other book series I’ve read. If you’ve never read this series, check out an electronic copy through Nashville Public Library (www.library.nashville.org). Quarantine and HP, tonight! You won’t regret it!
Until next time, go read!
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Remember “What Am I Reading?” is devoted to literacy awareness. Encourage others to read. The world depends on it! Share what you’re reading with me in the comments below or tag me in your current reads on my socials @UrbanThreads615 everywhere. Let’s finish 2019 strong by reading.
*If you need help learning to read, visit Nashville Adult Literacy Council (NALC) (http://nashvilleliteracy.org). They love teaching literacy. For more information, visit their homepage or office at Nashville Adult Literacy Council (http://nashvilleliteracy.org).*