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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J.K. Rowling
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Sep 14, 09

bookshelves: read-by-brontë, read-to-us, fantasy, read-with-pa
Read in September, 2009, read count: 1

Papa: So what did you think, Brontë?

Brontë: I loved when...well, there's one part that I loved. I mean that I really loved. That there was a couple stuff that I really loved that was cool and exciting, but I can't remember those. Well...I...loved the movie of it, except the one with Dobby. I hated that. He gives me nightmares.

Papa: But what did you think of the Philosopher's Stone?

Brontë: I liked when we in Calgary and he looked the Mirror.

Papa: You mean the Mirror of Erised.

Brontë: Yeah, I loved that one because it was cool.

Papa: Yeah, but more than that...

Brontë: Well what was mostly cool was that Harry could see his family, and I liked when there was the cool thing about...that...well, I thought it was silly that Harry Potter, Ron, couldn't see it. I thought that was a little silly. Because if you see your parents and he doesn't what's the thing of that?

Papa: So, pretty much, you thought it was cool.

Brontë: Mmmhmm. I really like when Harry says "Brilliant" or "Lovely." That was in the movie theatre, do you remember that Pa?

Papa: Yep, you know that part was in the book too?

Brontë: Cool.
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Amber Tucker Brontë said: I really like when Harry says "Brilliant" or "Lovely."

I love these parts too, Brontë!


message 2: by Luc (new) - rated it 5 stars

Luc So do I!


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