Harry Potter: The Complete Collection (1-7)
Books | Juvenile Fiction / Action & Adventure / General
When Harry Potter is left on a doorstep as a baby, he has no idea he is the Boy Who Lived, or that he is famous throughout the wizarding world. Years later, he is astonished to receive an acceptance letter to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and he is soon whisked off on a magical adventure like no other. Join Harry and his fiercely loyal friends, Hermione and Ron, in this story about the power of truth, love and hope.Having become classics of our time, the Harry Potter eBooks never fail to bring comfort and escapism. With their message of hope, belonging and the enduring power of truth and love, the story of the Boy Who Lived continues to delight generations of new readers.
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"I’m a huge Harry Potter fan but not a huge reader. I’ve been watching Harry Potter since I was 4 years old. I am currently 25 years old, and I read the books just to be able to claim super-fan status legitimately. A whole new world was opened to me. I thoroughly enjoyed reading them, and I can’t believe I thought I was a fan before. I am sorry that it’s over but glad I got to experience it. Highly recommend. "
"Amazing series!!! The character development is amazing, Rowling does a great job at showing that many of the characters can’t be labeled as either good or bad, because they have a bit of both in them. The plot is so full of twists it will be hard to put down! Rowling did an amazing job at making this series intriguing and homey. "
"Trans rights are human rights. JKR's bigotry has tainted the series, and you can't interact with the brand without giving her money, and you know she is going to spend that money trying to deny trans people human rights and basic dignity. There is no longer a way to consume anything Harry Potter ethically. If you continue to engage with the series and brand, then sorry you're not an ally to queer folks. Your choice, but you don't get to support lgbtqia+ folks while also growing the wealth and reach of a bigot whose stated purpose in life is to divide and destroy queer solidarity and eject trans people from public life. You can do one or the other. Not both. For the love of human rights, go read a different book. "
"I feel it’s worth saying that J K Rowling’s tone deaf comments do not have to define what this book series did for people (and still can do for many more). It is not about LGBTQ+ characters BUT it does cover many of the same issues faced by LGBTQ+: harassment, isolation, shame, prejudice, and that is worth looking at. Read these books critically and I think you’ll find safety and acceptance at Hogwarts despite (and in spite of) its bigoted author."