Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on Harry Potter. J.K. Rowling, who was born in Gloucestershire, England, released Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in June 1997. It tells the tale of Harry Potter, an orphan who was raised by his aunt and uncle after losing both of his parents when he was a baby. Harry’s uncle and aunt don’t care for him, but when he accepts an invitation to enroll in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and learns he is a wizard, everything changes. Harry’s adventures at Hogwarts begin when he works with his new pals Ron and Hermione to solve the puzzle of the Philosopher’s Stone.
By putting together a plot that is so engaging and fascinating that her novels have become shared by both children and their parents, J.K. Rowling pioneered a trend that defied the historical aspect of children’s literature through her Harry Potter book series.
Ten years ago, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” was published. The novel has kept winning over new readers. It drew in a group of readers who are only now becoming aware of the existence of many genres in novels. Apart from being a classic work of young adult literature, Harry Potter is a household name.
As the one book that was able to bridge the generational divide between children and teenagers and between teenagers and adults, the Harry Potter book series has left an enduring legacy. Thank you.