HARRY POTTER AND THE QUESTION OF GOOD AND EVIL

J. K. ROWLING, author of the phenomenally successful Harry Potter books, touches a chord in the hearts and minds of young readers. Millions of children gobble up her works as soon as a new one (six so far) is published.

Parents want their children to read good books—literature, history, biography, and science. It is natural for a parent to suggest stories that stimulate a healthy and robust imagination, that point a child toward the infinite horizon to be had by reading. Indeed, instilling the habit of daily reading for a young one is one of the joys of parenthood. And doing so can't start too early.

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