The Answer Sheet: harry potter
The author of the wonderful series needs to stop saying what she should have put into the books.
By 08:49 AM ET, 02/04/2014 |
Here we go again with parents who think that their sensibilities about particular books should apply to everybody.
By 12:46 PM ET, 02/08/2013 |
'Harry Potter' Too,
Thanks to Harry Potter, Quidditch has become a hot school sport and this weekend New York City hosts the Quidditch World Cup, draing more than 750 athletes from 60 teams -- college (including Harvard, Middlebury, Yale, Duke and Oxford), high school and recreational leagues.
By 03:05 PM ET, 11/12/2010 |
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Scientists, authors and education experts are meeting this weekend at Cambridge University to investigate how fiction with dark themes, such as the "Twilight" saga and the "Harry Potter" series, affects and alters the teenage brain. Here's a Q&A with the conference organizer, who talks about what parents can/should do about it.
By 11:23 AM ET, 09/04/2010 |
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