Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K.Rowling
In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling, Harry, Ron, and Hermione go to Hogwarts for their 3rd year. In this book, the third in Rowling's absolutely amazing series, we learn more secrets about Harry's adventures.
People believe there was a break out in the wizarding prison Azkaban! The person who broke out is known by the name Sirius Black! Azkaban is guarded by horrible creatures called dementors, and they're guarding Hogwarts! Also, 3rd years have permission slips that have to be signed by parents or guardians to go to a fun place called Hogsmeade. Harry didn't get his signed, because his guardians refused. Harry was determined to find a way to not miss out on the fun. And then a great adventure began!
I really like this book, and the whole series. I read these books all the time, and I think everyone will love the next ones, too.

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Dr. Mark said...

Great review! I was wondering when the next HP review would be!

Boquinha said...

Great book report! I know what a Harry Potter fanatic you are . . . you make me excited to read them again and again!

April (Thorup) Oaks said...

Great report!

Zelia said...

I like HP too. I want to read thena gain. With this great book report of yours I want to start reading it now.

J Fo said...

I love your book reviews! I think that you should get a job at the local newspaper writing book reviews! How's that sound? ;-)

Mom said...

Aunt Jessica may be on to something. If not children's book reviews in the newspaper, then maybe 'kid's corner' reviews at the library. You'd be great at motivating other kids to read and offering them some great suggestions.

XOXOXOX
Grandma

The Magic Violinist said...

J fo,
That sounds fun! Maybye I'll do it!

emily said...

that really IS a good one. The first time I read it I was so afraid of Sirius Black!

Chelle said...

The Harry Potter books are our favorites to read as a family. We just barely finished this third book and I loved your review of it.