Harry Potter

By Harish, Age 11

A book I relate to is Harry Potter by J.K Rowling. The character I relate to is Harry Potter. Some people don’t look at his talents but how he dresses and why he is so this and that. But when he finds and takes those talents, he realizes that people don’t know who he really is. Harry Potter also puts his needs before others like me. Many people don’t like him, but he finds his true friends, and he never lets go of them. For instance, he has Ron and Hermione, whom he loves with all his heart, but with Draco he sees the venom in the honey. And I even have great teachers like him. My parents are not like Uncle Vernon or Aunt Petunia, but my brother is exactly Dudley. My Voldemort is probably a bottle gourd (a vegetable).

Many people think I am amazing, but many people think not, so when I read this book, I said to myself as long as you know who you are, no one’s opinion matters and that’s how I was “Finally Seen.”

Many people think I am amazing, but many people think not, so when I read this book, I said to myself as long as you know who you are, no one’s opinion matters and that’s how I was “Finally Seen.”

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