Harry Potter Books
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Harry Potter books have attracted a lot of controversy about their use in classrooms. This paper explains that some people feel that they shouldn't be used, either because they might "promote witchcraft", or just because there are better choices for middle school reading. This paper argues, however, that despite any drawbacks, the benefits of the Harry Potter books outweigh the drawbacks. These books encourage kids to use their imaginations, and they depict good friendships. Keeping them out of classrooms will encourage the extreme minority who want to censor them, and these books are popular and are, therefore, being read. It concludes that all of these facts combine to make the Harry Potter series a good addition for use by an educator.
From the Paper:"The Harry Potter series of books, by British author J.K. Rowling, has become one of the most popular series of books for children ever published. Even though this series is so popular, there are people who believe that the books should not be read in schools. Although there are reasons for and against reading Harry Potter books in class, the reasons for getting students to read Harry Potter are more convincing. The first two books of the series, especially, when Harry is new at Hogwarts are not as "dark" as the later books in the series. One of the arguments against letting students read these books is that they are so "dark", but the first two books, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets are recommended for 8 to 13 year-olds, and should be read in middle school."
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