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Iris & Janet, our 3 girls were just the right age to go bonkers over Harry P, & they drug us into the stories too, both the movies & the books. We have all of the DVDs, & at least our youngest has all of the books, & she has read them all to me, as we enjoy reading books together. We've also read some of Anne McCaffrey's wonderful Pern books. They just became both too "dark" & too soap opera-ish for me after the first 3 or so. I loved Maggie Smith as Mrs. McGonnigal! Richard Harris made a perfect Dumbledoor, & Alan Rickman was also outstanding as Snape, the man we all love to hate! So sad that they're both gone now. Janet, thank you for sharing that these books have had good impact on childrens' reading habits. I read most of my books on my Kindle these days, as regular books can be heavy & clumsy for me to hold.
How cute, as an ex-teacher, these books are responsible for a lot of children becoming readers who never were before, especially boys. Thanks and hugs Gina.
I adore bookstores and Harry Potter! Grins and smiles!☺♥☺
LOL! Actually, I'm inclined to agree, especially after the first 3 movies. That last one was REALLY almost UN-BEARABLE!
Some people thought Harry Potter was unbearable.