MuggleNet is ushering in a new era for our upcoming 20th birthday, and our readers will be invited to engage in “Harry Potter” fandom in the way that best suits them.
The “Harry Potter” books may have been made for kids, but some of Dumbledore’s wisdom was too complicated for me to understand when I was younger.
Watch Eddie Redmayne play with stuffed animals and read “If I Had a Dinosaur” as part of the “CBeebies Bedtime Stories” series.
My friend Brandon knows me very well. This past Sunday, he posted a “New York Times” editorial to my Facebook wall. It was entitled “Child-Proofing Harry Potter” and was written by Lynn Messina, a mom and novelist.
The title raised red flags for me immediately. Then I read the editorial itself and found that not only were the red flags completely justified, they were accompanied by some sirens and flashing red lights as well.