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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling
Submitted by cristine
(May 03, 2001)
I was reading this and through my mind was what is making me so attached to this book I just couldn't see how much it grabbed me it was amazing everything so perfect I loved it and I think they're all great.
Submitted by Beth Peitzman
(Mar 20, 2001)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is a great book for every age. This is the kind of fantasy book that makes you want to live in Harry's world and become a wizard. This book is full of twists and turns that you wouldn't expect. It's also very suspenseful and once you start reading it you can't put it down. This book is about Harry, who recently found out that he's a wizard. He goes to Hogwarts, the school for wizards and finds Ron and Hermione who become his best friends. Harry finds out about the sorcerer's stone, which is a stone that can turn things into gold and make you live forever. Hogwarts is protecting the sorcerer's stone, and Harry finds out that a professor is trying to steal it! Harry tries to stop him but he finds out that being a wizard is harder than he thought!
Submitted by Nick
(Mar 09, 2001)
I really liked this book so much!! It's really good, I especially the Through the trap door chapter!!! IT'S SO WONDERFUL!
Submitted by Jonathan Orap (5th Grade student)
(Feb 12, 2001)
I just finished reading your book called," Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone". It was a really good book. It's all about Harry Potter, a student at Hogwart's Academy, who manages to get into trouble almost all the time. My favorite part of the book was called," Through the Trap Door". In this chapter Harry had to put Fluffy, a three-headed dog, to sleep using a flute. It's funny that you chose a cute and silly name for a mean and vicious dog. He did it so he and his friends could go through the trap door. When Ron, Hermione, and Harry opened the trap door, Harry fell in first and landed on a soft plant leaf. I also liked the part where they had to run through a hall full of flying birds. When they reached the other end of the hall, they all looked up and saw that the birds were really keys with wings. I was also surprised to find out that it was Professor Quirrell, with Voldemort helping, who wanted Harry dead and get the Sorceror's Stone. I was even more surprised that it was Harry who got the stone instead. Harry was very brave even though he was in alot of danger. There were times in the book that I could almost see myself in Harry's place. I really can't wait to read my next Harry Potter book.
Submitted by Alexandra B
(Feb 12, 2001)
I really liked the book because it had so many funny parts and also some scary parts. It was so great that I couldn't stop reading it. I am really looking forward to the next book. I have read all of the books twice. Keep up the good work. Alex