What J.K. Rowling did for readers

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The fact is they did do that though. For all of the flaws and holes you could pick in Rowling’s writing and success, you cannot deny that fact. Whether they were in education, working mum’s, partypoker and gaming enthusiasts or sports lovers, all seven books got a generation reading.

Many young adults who are in their 20s now grew up reading the Harry Potter books, and were able to find a passion for other books too because of them. That’s not an achievement to sneeze on, and could be She made people passionate about something that wasn’t inappropriate. In an age where the internet, movies and television have become more and more so for young eyes part of the reason why best sellers are so publicized nowadays. And when you consider that experts were concerned the book was going to lose favour and die out, this is astounding.

She made people passionate about something that wasn’t inappropriate. In an age where the internet, movies and television have become more and more so for young eyes, parents can rest assured that the Harry Potter books, are not inappropriate for them to read. And that the grown up themes are teaching them lessons about humanity and being a better person, rather than about sex.

Imagination is so easily lost as you get older, and your real life begins to take over. When you read JK Rowling’s books though, you’re transported to a world that inspires you to use your imagination and believe in magical experiences. She even inspired a generation to write, becoming an icon for what can be achieved with talent and a lot of determination.

We shouldn’t dismiss her success because it’s a lot of money made, which we’ll never get our hands on. We should celebrate it and remember the number one theme of the Harry Potter series. Love.