Joanne K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone


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Part of the award-winning and bestselling "Harry Potter" series, this title is translated into Welsh.


— Lupina15

Eine wundervoller Start in Harrys Abenteuer - auch beim zweiten Lesen 😊😍 Leicht zu verstehen und genauso packend wie zuvor auf Deutsch 😄

— Symphonia98

Einfach toll! <3

— Minka93

Fasziniert 😍

— booklibrary

Zum englisch lernen sind die englischen Bücher total genial

— reading_julia

Das Buch ist hammermäßig gut😍😍😍

— alexasbookworld

Immer wieder ein Genuss in Hogwarts zu sein *-*

— Ein LovelyBooks-Nutzer

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— Cecy

yer a wizard, Harry!

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  • The adventure begins

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone


    29. September 2017 um 11:17

    Harry Potter is probably the most well-known book of our time. Nearly every 20year old grew up reading about the wizard. So of course it is incredibly hard to find the right words to describe thos book well.Chapter One, "The Boy Who Lived", is iconic. The description of the Dursley- family gives a littlie insight of what awaits Harry growing up with them. The reader has no clue what Dumbledore and McGonagall are talking about, but when you rerad this book for the 4th time you know that very well. But nevertheless it gives you the feeling you had when you first read this book. I always remember my 9-year old self on the sofa of my aunt's house reading Harry Potter for the first time and having problems to pronounce the names right. Rowling's writing style is very plain, she just describes things but in a way only she can do it. One is completely captured by the story, even if you know it by heart. Friendship probably plays the most important role in this book. Harry grew up as an orphan, the Dursleys never showed him love and so he feels very lonely but is also excited to arrive at Hogwarts. Besides, everyone knows his name and his story, which makes everything more credible, because the readerknows as much as Harry, and both are learning together the tricks and mysteries of the wizarding world.Ron is Harry's first friend. Growing up in a huge family, he knows what loe it, but through Harry he discovers, how much this love means. He supports Harry in every way and their friendship is very beautiful and strong.Hermione is the muggle-born nerd, always reading, and a bit snooty. She soon discovers that her behaviour does her no good, and learns to adept, to form friendships and to be more niece.It's incredibly intresting to see how all the characters grow with each page and step.Their adventures are also amazing, Rowling really knows how to set the pace.Harry Potter is a wonderful series for every age. It accompanies children in the process of growing up, it makes adults feel young again, it connects people via fandom. In my opinion, it is a must read! You cannot regret reading it.

  • The Philosopher's Stone

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone


    27. August 2017 um 16:51

    I've read this book for the sixth time now and every time it was great. The chapters in which the history of Harry before his life at Hogwarts were told.... I just want to escape too.On his 11th birthday Harry finds out, that he is a wizard. His parents didn't die in a car accident. While he discovers the world of magic, his friend Hagrid, a warmly half-giant, helps him to understand, that he's famous and everyone knows his name. Hagrid is one of my favorite throughout the series. On his first trip with the Hogwarts-Express he gets to know his later best friends Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger.In my opinion, there aren't any better book series's for young (and old) people. J. K. Rowling has built a magical world with such an attention to details, so I'm going to keep staying in front of my window and wait for an owl from Hogwarts.

  • Harry Potter and the philosopher`s stone

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone


    04. March 2017 um 15:11

    Auf deutsch war das Buch richtig gut, aber auf Englisch ist es noch viel besser. Ich bereue es, dass ich Harry Potter nicht schon früher auf Englisch gelesen habe, da das Buch so hammermäßig gut ist. Hermine ist mir jetzt noch viel sympathischer geworden, obwohl ich sie davor schon geliebt habe. Sie ist so toll!!! Ich finde Joanne K. Rowlings Schreibstil so cool und sie hat so gute Ideen. Nicht so gut gefallen hat mir Hadgid. Er hat so einen komischen "Akzent" (yeh=you,...). Es gibt in dem Buch so viele tolle Zitate ("Fear of a name increases fear of the thing itself"-Dumbledore zu Harry; "It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends"-Dumbledore zu ganz Hogwarts). Insgesamt empfehle ich jedem das Buch zu lesen, der es noch nicht gelesen hat.

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