Harry Potter And The Sorcerer 's Stone By J.k. Rowling

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Most people have a book that they truly love to read, whether it’s fiction or non-fiction. However, the content behind the book cover of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone written by J.K. Rowling, seems to have stirred up quite the predicament for the schoolboard. Mrs. Anna Davis the mother of Logan Davis, wants to pull the book and keep it out of the hands of the students. Meanwhile, Mr. Greg Hartmann an English teacher at the school and the one who assigned Logan the book assignment in the first place, as well as some of the parents of the other students want to keep the book accessible to everyone. As a member of the school board, we need to look at both sides of the case in order to come to an appropriate conclusion. We will first review Mrs. Anna Davis’s claim and discuss why the book should be pulled from the school’s library. Then we will look over to Mr. Greg Hartmann’s side of the case and discuss why he should be allowed to keep the book not only for the library but for his class assignment’s as well. Finally, we will look at a variety of possible solutions to try and come to an agreement between Mrs. Davis and Mr. Hartmann sides of the book banning case. Mrs. Davis initially complained about the homework assignment that was given to Logan Davis her son. Logan is a student in Mr. Hartmann’s English class and was asked to write about the characters in the fictional story of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Mrs. Davis has given her reasons as to why the book
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