Episode 40 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” unpacks Lily’s Muggle sister and Harry’s aunt, Petunia Dursley.
We all know Sybill Trelawney’s prophecy that led to the epic conflict of Voldemort and Harry Potter. But what did the cards reveal about Harry’s journey?
The “Harry Potter” books can teach us lessons about ourselves and the world we live in. This week, Josh Cook tells us how the “Potter” books opened up his world and helped him uncover his own identity.
Social workers deal with mental health, among many other things, in their everyday jobs. Here’s how Emily Wilhelm Riley incorporates “Harry Potter” into her work.
While the Dursleys were trying to squash the magic out of him, Harry may have saved himself through pure cluelessness, mediocrity, and a desire to be different.