Why Is Harry Potter Banned

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The release of Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone in Britain was originally called Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The book was written by J.K Rowling in 1990 when she started the franchise. Her first book in the series was then published in 1997 by the publishing company called Bloomsburg. Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone by J.K Rowling was banned from school libraries in 2001 because of its Un-Christian like content and has mischievous behavior of the main characters, and it should be banned. The main plot of the story is based on a young boy named Harry Potter. He hates his life because of his strict aunt and uncle. He's told by a friend of his disseized parents that he is a wizard. He enrolls in a school of wizardry and witchcraft called Hogwarts to learn how to be a wizard. He quickly becomes popular for being the boy who survived an attack against a wizard named Voldemort, who ruthlessly killed other wizards, including Harry's parents. Harry quickly learns to be an exceptional wizard and supposedly kills Voldemort …show more content…

"Harry Potter is evil because it glorifies witchcraft"(International Business Times). Along with that, the main character, Harry Potter, and his two friends, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, often disobey orders for good, which could be a bad influence on the reader. "The fact that the main characters often disobey orders and end up with a good outcome may influence children to think that it's okay."(Daily

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