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- Publisher: Geek Out Books (January 1, 2007)
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RAREJ.K. ROWLING Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 1st Edition 2007 HC BOOK Misc. Supplies – January 1, 2007
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Now I've been reading the books she's finished and her younger siblings are eager to read them as well.
Amazing testimony of the faithfulness of God and how to live your life surrendered to the glorification of Jesus.
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It's okay, nowhere near as good as many reviews make out on here. Perhaps I am so disappointed as my expectations were very high but it's definitely not deserving of the thousands of 5 stars! It is definitely more suitable for children. I found the first part engaging but skimmed the last part which was pretty dull. Nothing really happens and there's no real message in it other than to do what seems obvious to me - look beyond the cosmetic to the person inside. Or look at people with your heart as the Little Prince points out!
Certainly much will be lost on anyone who doesn't get American culture and doesn't have children at middle and high school.
It’s also an great adventure, with the trio of friends hunting for horcruxes while trying to evade the Death Eaters. At the same time there is plenty of room for laughs and humour, the twins Fred and George Weasley for starters manage to keep it at least a little light hearted. The Deathly Hallows revisits key characters and places and from all of the previous six books with subtle references to previous events or dialogue from earlier books, making the read very enjoyable. Most of the loose ends planted in the previous books will be tied up.
All in all a great and worthy conclusion to the series in my view. I’ m very thankful for the books and for the tremendous magical world created by J.K. Rowling.
Other than myself, there are so many people I know who would benefit from the book.. Those who suffer from 'everyday' frustration & depressive moments, due to our lust for more money and more success. Those who keep resentments toward their family, friends, colleagues, anyone who did them some or great form of wrongdoing. It is so encouraging that Corrie was just one of us many Christians, who had faith but didn't know if we had the courage to be faithful to our faith. Corrie just asked God for the grace every moment and she received it.
Also....as a Christian, I personally still had the question about why God let people suffer. This book answers part of the question, by witnessing all the things Corrie had gone through, and by showing how Corrie came out from all as the victor, because Jesus is the victor.
This is a story about a young boy who after years of home-schooling by his mother, is told that she can't really continue doing so and that for him it might be better to go to a 'normal' school. He is confronted with the ensuing conflicting feelings about change and the 'outside world’ that he has mostly been sheltered from. Throughout it is obvious that Auggie strives to be himself and wants to be accepted for whom he is.
The story is beautifully told from many different perspectives: Auggie himself, his sister, sister's boyfriend, sister's former best friend and two of his friends at the school. This technique works really well and each person's narrative is well constructed. The vocabulary attributed to these different personalities is extremely well done and throughout reigns a great sense of humour.
Although bullying is totally inexcusable in any form, it is very difficult to stand up to it and Auggie comes out appearing wiser than his years in the way in which he reacts and subtly rises to it. In that respect the book is most certainly never gritty, nor do I think the author ever meant it to be.
The overall tone of the book is in fact a happy one and I think the author achieved her intention for it to be an uplifting one. Nevertheless, I also felt that she wanted to make people aware that bullying exists and that these actions can be accompanied by a myriad of unexplained reasons and emotions, while also trying to make the reader (hopefully many of them also middle schoolers and others) aware that we are all different and that each and every one of us is unique.
The bible has all I need for daily enrichment as it encourages, challenges and equips me to be more like Jesus. So when I choose to read a book, it's because its inspiring hearing people's everyday stories of triumph. Corrie Ten Boom and her family had a horrific experience but did not let this define them or deter them from continuing to show God's love in action.
Since deciding to become a Christian in 2007, I have read some books that have really challenged my faith and awakened new things in me. This book unearthed parts of my heart and is helping me be more like Him! #recommendingwholesomereads
The book is a present for my child that loves Harry Potter and has seen all the films, but now when she is older (10 years old) she wants to read all the books too. I was between buying a full set with the box that is more expensive or buying separate books from this company - cheaper option especially that this book came in an offer.
I have ordered book 1 and 2 to check if it is worth it.
I am very happy to say that it is and now I have all 7 books for £30.
The set looks great and I am very happy with my buy
The books are:
- good size that can be held by a child or adult for a long time
- weight - this version has a paper cover and light weight pages so the book is on the lighter side and good for kids
- paper quality and the colour are good. The books that I bought had all their pages, the bonding is holding them in and does not feel like they will fall out any time soon
- size and spaces between the words is very comfortable for my eyes and I can read it without glasses
- illustration that is on the cover is very nice and definitely in the Harry Potter style
- very good delivery time and I can have all 7 books for £30 with all the promotions I have got on them:)
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Harry Potter, together with his teenage companions and the members of the Order of the Phoenix, enter the final struggle with Voldemort and his Death Eaters, without the guidance of Dumbledore. They seek to uncover and destroy Voldemort's horcruxes and the secrets of the Deathly Hallows. What could possibly go wrong?
This last book is a great climax, probably the best in the series, with plenty of action. In fact, one needs to pay close attention at times as we the discover the complex history of Dumbledore and Snape, and come to understand the ambiguity and true allegiances and objectives of the two characters. The final chapters are a powerful and moving conclusion to the series.
This is a once in a generation (or even century) series that has captured the imagination of so many and made such an impact on popular culture and imagination.......(one can only overlook the outrageous use of coincidence to move the story along in places!)
Who said "Children experience the world as it is presented to them." Google doesn't even seem to know. Maybe I made it up, but I was struck by that in this fantastic story about a boy born with not one, but two genetic defects that made him intellectually 'normal' but physically very different. He wasn't disabled or handicapped, just deformed, and though he knew himself to be different, he was just that - himself. As he leaves homeschooling and goes to a private, but normal, schoolhe faces the challenges you'd expect - the 'assigned' friend who becomes a real friend, the betrayal of people who pretend to be his friends, the discovery of true friendship by a child who chooses kindness. While the book glosses very briefly over a lot of the reality of being a person who has to undergo numerous surgeries time and again, and the physical impact that has on said person, it does a good job of presenting the world through the eyes of a 9/10 year old boy. It looks at one year of school through a variety of different points of view and takes not only the main character but all the other characters through a growth journey.
It's a serious subject but is presented with lots of laughter and lightness, and I'm so thrilled that Kyra has been reading it and enjoyed it enough to recommend it.
I tell my girls all the time that courage and kindness will get them through life, and this book thoroughly reinforces that point.
A highly recommended read, especially for young people - I believe there's so much value in learning to see the world through others' eyes, and sharing even briefly in their experience.