How Did The Harry Potter Affect Children

712 Words3 Pages
The impact the Harry Potter books leave on a child's life is a positive chain of events. The books expand the imagination while they are spending their time productively. People against the book's claim that the books promote witchcraft and it ruins the innocence of children. The books are reading levels from the fifth grade to the eighth grade. Most children begin to read the series in the third grade. I have seen first hand how the books can change a person's life style. There are several cases where people do not want their kids to read the harry Potter books and they want them to be removed from the catholic libraries and even public school libraries. People are against the harry potter books they do not want to expose their children…show more content…
Hermione Granger is played by Emma Watson. This has to be the best casting for a character. The harry potter trio was casted perfectly. The Character hermione Granger is a muggle born witch meaning she has human parents but she still has powers. There are some wizards that believe The muggle borns are mudbloods meaning they are not purebred and they are dirty wizards. Hermione was discriminated against and almost killed because she was a muggle born witch. The sorting hat of the houses was on the fence between putting Hermione in Ravenclaw or Gryffindor. She was placed in gryffindor for her courage and loyalty even though she had the brains to be put in Ravenclaw. She is incredibly smart and brave. Hermione erased parent memory of her to protect them and changed their identities. Hermione knows what has to be done and that's the main reason she was placed in Gryffindor. She was described as the brightest witch of her age. When she discovered she was a witch she began to studies spells and charms. She is very advanced for her age especially with her new found talent. Hermione is also very studious, her third year she acquired a time turner that allowed her to turn back time to take more classes. She is also one of the very few people to call voldemort by his

More about How Did The Harry Potter Affect Children

Open Document