Are you having trouble getting the children in your life interested in “Harry Potter”? Look no further!
The “Harry Potter” series is a finalist in the PBS series “The Great American Read.” Here’s why we think it should win.
We “Potter” fans are so used to having book material to back up the movies that we can’t help but wonder: What would the first “Fantastic Beasts” movie have looked like as a novel?
For some, “Harry Potter” helped combat some pretty harrowing times of their own. What does “Harry Potter” mean to you, and how has it aided in making you the person you are today?
It’s all about the Dark Arts in the latest episode of “Reading, Writing, Rowling”.
“Harry Potter” taught a generation to probe the depths of literature while waiting for the next book. But how has our critical engagement with media changed in the age of the instant gratification of a Netflix binge?
J.K. Rowling celebrates literacy in both her writing and her interviews. Dr. Beatrice Groves explores how other authors may have influenced Rowling’s thoughts.