Reading IS Fundamental with Harry Potter Books Despite Critics

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Critics of J. K. Rowling often cite her bestsellers as having little literary value for young readers. Many see the seven J.K. Rowling books, including the most recent, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, as obstacles to readers in search of higher quality fiction.

Still, one can’t deny Rowling’s contributions to literature. Millions of children, who might otherwise have not read at all, have picked up the Harry Potter books because of their popularity. Viewers of Harry Potter movies, such as the new release from Warner Bros., Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, often delve into the series after seeing the movies.

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