July 17, 2007

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling

The book I would save from the flames would be my Harry Potter series. I think that it's important for young people to use their imagination. This would expand their thinking. By reading books that interest them, they can learn a lot about literature and broaden their vocabulary. I would recommend this book to people who like to be imaginitive and who like to daydream.
Chosen by Madu Pangeman, Dover, NH

If J. K. Rowling's finest work is cast intot he flames, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone will be lost forever, along wiht a message that anything's possible with friends and family by your side. This story's more thatn a fantasy with a moral. It's a land where you'll meet dragons and pieies, brew potions and cast spells. When you read this book, you experience the pain the Dursleys inflict on young Harry and his boy of being able to live at Hogwarts. If you destroy this book, you destroy a world full of magic and wonder.
Chosen by Danielle Trainor, Dover, NH

When I read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone I traveled to an enchanted land exploding with mysteries and thrills, where my imagination became reality and the expected didn't exist. This amazing book teaches you to believe in more than you can see and excel to your full potential. This book is powerful for children and adults. If it wer swallowed by unforgiving flames and lost forever, the world would be wrenched away from magical dreams and planted in ordinary life. If J. K. rowling's stupendous writing was decimated by fire, the whole world would suffer.
Chosen by Allie Soldau, Dover, NH



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