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Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone, Chapter 1 (Read Aloud)

This year, the Wizarding World family all banded together on a very magical project, where a collection of free initiatives were introduced to help children, parents, carers and teachers find comfort and escapism through the Harry Potter stories. This culminated in the Harry Potter At Home hub to the delight of both new and familiar fans.

Watch how the journey unfolded just below.

Now, the time has come to say goodbye to the Harry Potter At Home hub, which, among many things, saw both familiar faces and a few new friends get together to read the first Harry Potter story, Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone/Sorcerers Stone.

To everyone who took part, the Wizarding World thanks you for joining us on this incredible journey.

But the magic doesnt end here. You can take part in our many craft tutorials, quizzes, puzzles and family-friendly activities for all ages, simply by exploring

Harry Vs Voldemort The Deathly Hallows: Part 2

This was the battle that we were all waiting to see. Although Harry and Voldemort had briefly dueled at the end of “The Goblet of Fire,” it was only a brief skirmish so that Harry could escape. In the subsequent films, Harry grows more experienced as a wizard, as he must fight for his survival. Both characters’ journeys have been intertwined. Voldemort inadvertently created the myth of “The Boy Who Lived” when he killed Harry’s parents, and Harry has learned about the Dark Lord as he’s searched for the Horcruxes.

Ironically, the battle itself is an instance in which the cinematic version improves upon the source material. While the novel only describes a brief exchange of spells between the two, the film shows a more epic duel in which Harry and Voldemort engage in close-quarters combat. This leads to an exciting standoff in the middle of an open field, where Voldemort finally meets his demise. Slow motion doesn’t always work but spending time watching the main antagonist of the series perish is worth it.

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Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

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Beginning in 1998 with the publication of her first novel about a young wizard named Harry Potter, JK Rowling embarked on an internationally acclaimed writing career and sense of literature that was unique in the early 21st century. With record sales of each completed episode of Rowlings seven-part series in 2003, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, more than eight million copies have been sold in the United States alone. As the publishers translated the series into sixty-one languages in two hundred different countries, fans flock around the world to pre-order and collect the remaining books in the series. watch Harry Potter movies, which made Rowling not only richer than the Queen of England but also a worldwide event.

The Harry Potter Series: Ages And Stages

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The first three Harry Potter books are great to read aloud to kids aged from about six or seven up. Certainly most children – both boys and girls – will love them from the age of eight.

If your eight-year-old is a fairly capable reader, he or she will probably be able to read the first three books independently. Remember though, that it can be fun to read aloud to older children and the Harry Potter books are great for this purpose because most adults enjoy the stories too.

The last four books are long and quite complex. Certainly many ten-year-olds will be quite capable of reading them but again, I think they’re great for reading aloud to kids aged up to about eleven.

Most teens will enjoy reading the books and in fact the seventh and final book in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is probably not suitable for readers under about thirteen. And if your teen does want to read the whole series, there are editions with more adult-looking covers so they’re not embarrassed to be seen reading what they probably think of as kids’ books.

The seven books in the Harry Potter series, in order, are:

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Sirius Black’s Secrets Are Revealed The Prisoner Of Azkaban

While Chris Columbus deserves credit for helping to launch the young characters on their journey and introduce the world of Hogwarts, it was Alfonso Cuaron and “The Prisoner of Azkaban” that turned the franchise into what it is today. Cuaron pulled off a brilliant balancing act. He was able to include a large amount of exposition without sacrificing pacing. This is particularly evident during a pivotal scene in “The Prisoner of Azkaban” in which Harry learns that some of his assumptions were wrong.

Harry and his friends are cornered by Sirius Black in the passage beneath the Shrieking Shack. Harry has wanted to kill Black for the entire film, as he’s been told that the wizard fugitive was involved in his parents’ murder. When Professor Remus Lupin shows up, he tells Harry the truth. Black is innocent. It’s actually Peter Pettigrew disguised as Ron’s rat who is responsible for the crimes Black has been accused of.

Cuaron brilliantly allows Harry to process the emotional revelations and make quick decisions. Over the course of the sequence, Harry begins to bond with a man that he once thought that he hated. Harry’s relationship with Sirius becomes one of the most powerful in the series.

The 14 Best Harry Potter Scenes Ranked

J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series is responsible for getting an entire generation of kids to read. The “Wizarding World” steadily transformed into an expansive universe that claimed fans across the globe. The success of “Harry Potter” is nothing short of miraculous.

The series would not have been nearly as popular if it wasn’t for the pivotal casting decisions made for the first film. Casting young actors for any role isn’t easy but deciding on the leads for a franchise that will span a decade is almost unthinkable. However, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson couldn’t have been more perfect for their roles as Harry, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger. The audience got to grow up with these characters as the actors matured.

As the characters grew up, the films became darker. Harry and his friends are forced to stand against evil and oppression when the Dark Lord Voldemort rises to power. Although the franchise concluded on a rousing note with 2011’s “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” fans were invited back to the Wizarding World with the “Fantastic Beasts” prequel series. However, the future of the “Fantastic Beasts” saga is somewhat uncertain. Here are the 14 best “Harry Potter” scenes, ranked.

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Harry Fights The Basilisk The Chamber Of Secrets

“The Chamber of Secrets” is one of the weaker installments in the franchise. Rowling’s original novel is overlong and overstuffed, and director Chris Columbus attempts to cram nearly all of the source material’s subplots into his adaptation. While “The Chamber of Secrets” showed that the series was still going through some growing pains, it ends with one of the best action sequences in the saga.

Harry ventures into the Chamber of Secrets to rescue Ginny from Tom Riddle , the manifestation of Voldemort’s younger self. To free Ron’s sister, Harry must battle the giant snake known as the Basilisk. Harry reaches into the Sorting Hat and receives the Sword of Gryffindor. Considering that the franchise mostly features battles that include magical wands, having a sword in the mix diversifies the combat. “The Chamber of Secrets” is still a children’s film, but the Basilisk fight includes some pretty graphic moments.

Harry’s bravery pays off. In a touching moment, his wounds are healed by the tears of Fawkes. He also gets to spend a few moments with Ginny, teasing their romance in the later films. With the sluggish pacing of the rest of the film, this action scene concludes “The Chamber of Secrets” on a high note.

Harry Flies On Buckbeak The Prisoner Of Azkaban

Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone, Chapter 4 (Read Aloud)

Most “Harry Potter” fans agree that “The Prisoner of Azkaban” is the strongest film in the franchise. The third installment helps transition the series into a more serious saga, and the visual sensibilities of director Alfonso Cuaron make the Wizarding World more exciting. Cuaron is a signature filmmaker who finds a compelling way to capture the earnestness of emotion. Getting Harry’s reaction to an authentic moment of wonder is truly magical.

Harry has bonded with the gatekeeper, Rubeus Hagrid , over their shared love of magical creatures. Although Harry is looking forward to Hagrid’s class, he fears that Hagrid may have bitten off more than he can chew. Harry is nervous when Hagrid asks him to fly on the Hippogriff named “Buckbeak.” Although he clings on for his life at first, Harry becomes excited after realizing that Hagrid put his trust in the creature for a reason.

It’s a gorgeous scene that seamlessly incorporates visual effects. It also sets up a connection between Harry and Buckbeak that pays off when the heroes use time travel to save the poor Hippogriff at the end of the film.

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Harry Potter And The Sorcerers Stone

This blog entry will Chronicle a father and sons first time reading Harry Potter together. Ill update it after each chapter so that I can capture the most memorable moments. Come back often and check in on our progress and leave us a note or feedback!

I hope you enjoy the journey as much as I know Jax and I will.

Finally! I did my waiting! Twelve years of it! ! But, the day has finally arrived!!! Tonight Jax and I begin our journey at 4 Privet Drive, Little Whinging to Platform 9 3/4 and finally on to Hogwarts! Wish us luck then again, we wont need luck well be with Professor Dumbledore.

Chapter 1: The Boy Who Lived

We first meet the Dursleys and learn of the peculiar happenings surrounding the arrival of Harry Potter on their doorstep.

Jax: Wait, Harrys parents are dead, why didnt Voldemort kill him too???? Why cant they say his name?

Me: Stop asking great questions, damn it! This is going to be harder than I thought!!!

Chapter 2: The Vanishing Glass

We finally get to see some magic happen . Harry grows his hair back in one night, flies to the top of the school roof and helps a snake escape from the zoo after literally having a conversation with it, but Jax is most interested in the VCR Dudley gets for his birthday and why the heck would a kid want to watch a movie on a tape when he could just use Netflix.

Chapter 3: The Letters From No One

Chapter 4: The Keeper of the Keys

Wait, Dad are you telling me Im a wizard too?

Chapter 5: Diagon Alley

Cedric’s Death The Goblet Of Fire

While “The Prisoner of Azkaban” takes the characters in a more mature direction, “The Goblet of Fire” is the film in which the series grows up. It was the first installment in the franchise to receive a PG-13 rating from the MPAA. Harry, Ron, and Hermione face the inherent anxieties of adolescence, but they’re forced to grow up a little too quickly when Voldemort returns. Shortly after the Dark Lord is resurrected by his followers, Voldemort murders Harry’s friend Cedric Diggory .

Harry and Cedric have an interesting relationship. Although they are expected to be rivals, Harry finds that the popular boy is much kinder than he had expected. Harry and Cedric team up when they escape from the final round of the Triwizard Tournament. Cedric’s death strikes a serious blow to Harry. He’s never experienced death like this before. While losing his parents when he was an infant was one thing, seeing a boy his own age perish in front of him is something else entirely.

Pattinson left an indelible mark on the franchise, and the tragedy of Cedric’s death set the series in a dark new direction. The scene also includes one of the most underrated performances in the saga. Jeff Rawle’s performance as Cedric’s father, Amos, is devastating.

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Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone

Parents and kids alike are raving about Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone . What’s the secret ingredient that sets this book apart from other children’s literature? Here are a few insights from readers both young and old.

“The bully gets his comeuppance, and the good guy gets the magic powers. I wish real-life were more like Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone!”

— Anna, age 31

“What’s so great about Harry Potter? Oh, it’s only the best book in the whole entire world. I don’t like fantasy that much, but when my friends urged me to try it, I figured, why not? I picked it up and literally couldn’t put it down. I woke up at 6:00 in the morning so I could finish it. That’s pretty early for me.

I just had to find out what would happen to Harry — who went from living with the mean Dursleys to a wonderful school of witches and wizards where anything could happen. I wish I could go to school with Harry. I wish I were a wizard. And for those 230 pages I was a wizard with him!”

Karen, age 11

“This book is great to read aloud to little kids. It stretches their minds, and you don’t get bored in the process!”

Nancy, age 42

“I am really enjoying Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, even though I’m only in the middle of it. It makes me want to keep reading because so many things happen — like Dudley’s birthday and how he wants to go to the zoo without Harry, but Harry has to come.

Danny, age 8

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About The Harry Potter Series

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer

Basically the seven Harry Potter books are fantasy novels written by a British author, J K Rowling.

The books are about the adventures of a young wizard, Harry Potter, and his friends Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger. The three are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The three friends are eleven when the first book begins and nearly eighteen at the end of the final book in the series.

The main story arc involves Harry’s quest to overcome the dark wizard, Lord Voldemort, who seeks to conquer the wizarding world, subjugate non-magical people and destroy all those who stand in the way of his becoming immortal. The books tackle many themes, among them prejudice, the power of love, corruption, death, friendship, loyalty and good vs evil. They also involve elements of mystery, romance and adventure, woven together in a series of quite complex subplots.

The first book in the Harry Potter series was released on June 1997. It was followed by six further books, all of which have been hugely popular around the world, selling over 450 million copies.

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Dumbledore’s Death The Half

Losing a mentor is an important part of every hero’s journey. Harry’s life is already filled with tragedy. His parents were killed when he was a baby, he loses his friend Cedric Diggory in “The Goblet of Fire,” and he loses his father-figure Sirius Black in “The Order of the Phoenix.” However, “The Half-Blood Prince” includes the most devastating loss yet. Harry is forced to watch as Professor Severus Snape kills Dumbledore.

One of the more compelling aspects of “The Half-Blood Prince” is the characterization of Draco Malfoy . Although his father, Lucius , is a servant of Voldemort, Draco is just a young man who doesn’t know his role in the world. Although Draco is the one selected to kill Dumbledore, he tearfully admits to the Headmaster that he’s being forced to. Snape kills Dumbledore to free the poor boy from his burden, even if that’s not evident to Harry.

This scene is even more powerful after what we learn later on. Dumbledore and Snape have been working together from the beginning. Dumbledore orchestrated his death. That doesn’t make it any less heartbreaking at the moment. The solemn note that “The Half-Blood Prince” ends on sets up an exciting conclusion in the next chapter.

Harry Potter And The Philosophers Stone Audiobook

Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone is a 1997 fantasy novel written by British author J. K. Rowling.

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Harry Potter lives with his abusive aunt and uncle Vernon, Petunia Dursley and her domineering son Dudley. On Harrys 11th birthday, Rubeus his half-giant named Hagrid delivers admission to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, revealing Harrys parents James and Lily that his Potter is a wizard. I made it When Harry was one year old, the evil and powerful dark wizard Lord Voldemort murdered his parents. Harry survived Voldemorts Death Curse, which bounced on his forehead and appeared to destroy the Dark Lord, leaving a lightning bolt-shaped scar on his forehead. Famous.

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Hermione warns the boys not to investigate further, instead drawing Harrys attention to the first Quidditch match. His broomsticks attempts to fend him off, and Snapes strange behavior during the game, convince Hermione that she has charmed Harrys broomstick. Harry receives his present for Anonymous Christmas. Its his fathers invisibility cloak. As he explores the school with it, he discovers a slotted mirror that shows what viewers most desire. Harry meets his parents.

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