J.K. Rowling. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Bloomsbury, $12.50, ISBN: 978 0 7475 7376 0, 317 pg.
Reviewed by Scott, Age 10

Harry, don’t trust him, he’s been helping Black get into the castle, he wants you dead too – he’s a werewolf!

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is a story about wizards going to a school called Hogwarts. Once again Harry gets yelled at, at home. But fortunately he keeps in touch with his friends (Ron and Hermione.) When they get into Hogwarts, Draco Malfoy is bugging him. And at the end, Harry, Ron, Hermione, Black and Lupin are in the Shrieking Shack. They accuse Black of killing Harry’s parents.

I liked the part at Christmas when Harry gets a Firebolt (a broomstick) and it gets confiscated. Harry keeps asking for it back.

I liked this book because it is interesting and exciting. It is probably the best book I have ever read. I think people who like really adventurous books would like this book.

I give this book a rating of five out of five stars.

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