Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Written by J.K. Rowling • Illustrated by Mary Grandpre

Reviewed by Holly K. (age 7) and Avery B. (age 7)

A boy named Harry Potter lives with his Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon and Cousin Dudley. His aunt, uncle and cousin are mean to him. He is a special boy. Read this book to find out why. There is also a dark wizard named Voldemort who wants the sorcerer's stone. You will need to read the book to figure out what this stone is and why the evil wizard wants it.

We think this book is amazing and funny. First, this book is amazing because it is magical. For example, it is magical how Harry gets on the quidditch team. We think this book is also funny. It is funny because Hermione thinks school is more important than life. That is why we love this book and think it is amazing and funny. Our favorite part is when they go on the broom stick when playing the sport called quidditch.

We recommend this book to people who love magic and for ages 7 and up.

Holly K. and Avery B. are students in Mrs. Armstrong's 2nd Grade Class