1 Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire

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Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire

Written by J.K. Rowling

Illustrated by Mary GrandPre

Reviewed by Rosella S. (age 9)

Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire

Imagine your favorite sport was gone because of a tournament you couldn't enter. That's what happened to Harry. Although someone entered his name and he didn't know who. His friend Ron won't talk to him because he's jealous. Harry has lots of problems: Ron won't talk to him; he has no clue what the first task is; and a reporter named Rita Skeeter is showing up everywhere to get information. Read this book to find out what happens to Rita and if Harry gets Ron back as a friend, or if he dies.

I thought this book was very exiting. It had a lot of details that I liked. The book is number four in a series. You may also like the other three books, but I liked this one the best. It was really unpredictable because you never know what would happen next.

I recommend this book because it has a lot of action, and you just don't want to stop reading. If you like magic you will like this book.