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  • Along the way he learns the basic first year magic (including turning matchsticks into needles, levitating objects and a simple potion to cure boils), meets a vicious three-headed dog named Fluffy and becomes the youngest person in a century to play Quidditch (the most popular sport in the wizarding world) for one of the school's house teams

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      The first book in J. K.

      Rowling’s series about an orphaned boy who finds out that he is a wizard is the perfect setup for what has become one of the most successful series of books in literary history.

      Sorcerer’s Stone chronicles Harry Potter’s first of seven years


      at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, as Harry makes the first real friends he’s ever had, discovers the truth about his parent’s mysterious death’s and tries to keep the extremely powerful Sorcerer’s Stone from falling into the hands of his parents murderer, the evil Lord Voldemort.

      Along the way he learns the basic first year magic (including turning matchsticks into needles, levitating objects and a simple potion to cure boils), meets a vicious three-headed dog named Fluffy and becomes the youngest person in a century to play Quidditch (the most popular sport in the wizarding ...


      • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer Stone
      world) for one of the school’s house teams.

      Rowling is a magnificent writer who can make her readers feel terror and excitement at the same time.

      Her characters become like real people to her loyal fans.

      Reading Ms.

      Rowling’s books is like hearing a story about a good

      friend, because that is what Harry becomes to the people who read his story.

      Sorcerer’s Stone is the first of seven beautifully written novels in the Harry Potter series, and after reading the first book you won’t be able to rest until you find out what happens next.




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