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Blog Challenge #17: Favorite Childhood Book

When I was in the fourth grade I began reading Harry Potter, and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made. The stories, the adventures and the life lessons that came out of that entire series is a huge contribution to my imagination and development as a writer. 538 more words

Cowboy Colgin Rides Again

It was past Pioneertown, the last outpost, at the end of a long and dusty dirt road amidst the boulders and Joshua trees and outlaw cabins of the Mojave desert, that we set up camp. 986 more words

Starlets, Yoga Students & Quinoa (stories)

The Daily Prophet and the Deathly Hallows

Going Underground:

The Daily Prophet under Ministry control, Potterwatch Begins, and The Quibbler Quibbles

In the final book, the Daily Prophet serves many uses, depending on who is in control of the paper at the time. 482 more words

Blog

Wisdom from Dumbledore: What Matters

By Michelle Wilson, Development Director with The Children’s Advocacy Center of Jackson County

“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” 560 more words

Middle School Teacher

Good vs. Evil in HARRY POTTER

The most perverse and ugly type of evil arises from a lust for power. There is no greater example in modern literature of this than Lord Voldemort. 754 more words

Book Reviews

Potter time!

Hey you guys!

Good morning:) to celebrate re-finishing the Deathly Hallows book for the millionth time, I wanted to post some HP stuff. (I’m wearing my Hogwarts scarf today!) … 6 more words

Fun Stuff

PS1: 'The Boy Who Lived'

For one of the only times in this whole series this chapter is not written from the perspective of Harry. In this way it’s quite unique, as although a few other chapters so this too (the beginning of books 4 and 6 spring immediately to mind), this is the only chapter I can think of that is written from the perspective of a complete outsider. 1,686 more words

Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone