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Harry Potter has had a lot of press since 1999 so has the woman responsible for creating the young wizard JK Rowling In many ways the Harry Potter book series has brought young adults back to reading In a world where reading seems to have become a past time among children JK Rowlings ambitious and curious character seems to be capturing the attention children and adults Now instead of looking for the upcoming release of a movie or video game children are waiting for Harry Potters 5 year at Hogwarts academy for witch craft and wizardry Although many parents are happy to see their children interested in reading again some are protesting the booking and wanting it to be censored The reason for this is because of the witchcraft preformed in this series of books While most know this is a fantasy and it is not going to drive children to be looking for their own witchcraft school some parents worry about this Most people who are asking for the banning of the book are people who have not read it They think the lessons of witchcraft in the book are dangerous to children Another development Harry Potter is partly responsible for is The New York Times making a childrens booklist The reason for this was because Harry Potter was taking up three spaces on the adult bestseller book list The Times decided this was not fair to legitimate adult books so they decided to take out the miscellaneous book section and create a childrens bestseller section This was a big Move by The New York Times which many people were surprised by JK Rowling has admitted with the popularity of the series she has rethought her original plans for Harry Potter and his friends This is the main reason for the delay of the fifth book in the series JK Rowling wants the best for not only the characters in her
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