The power of choice is a major theme in the “Harry Potter” books, from the Sorting Hat to destiny. But did Harry ever really have a choice? And did the choices he make have a real impact on his world? Read on to find out.
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In this Three Broomsticks guest post, Sophia Jenkins responds to “The Life and Lies of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore” by debating whom Dumbledore intended to have the Elder Wand and whether or not he planned for Harry to be master of death.
The “Potter” books are an amazing tool to help us deal with grief, loss, and sadness. Learn how Abbie dealt with these emotions with the help of the “Potter” series in this week’s episode.
Tracing the dragons in the series from the innocent baby Norwegian Ridgeback to the fierce Hungarian Horntail to the unfettered Ukranian Ironbelly, one can also trace Harry’s character journey.
Today I finish my series on questionable moments with “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”.
Episode 38 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” features high school and college seniors who, due to the coronavirus crisis, can empathize with the trio missing their final year at Hogwarts.
On this episode of “Beyond the Veil”, Ally tells us how “Potter” was there to keep the magic going when things were getting tough.