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The seventh and final meeting of the Harry Potter reading club is tonight! at Westerville Public Library
All about rocks for Earth Day wonderworks/STEAM storytime @westervillelibrary
Here was a real mystery. What are the Deathly Hallows? Why had Dumbledore never mentioned them? What did the title even mean?
Really, I think this was just a matter of how. He had to be defeated. But how was Rowling going to accomplish that feat? How could she do it? Would it be believable? I’m all for happy endings … but … Continue reading
Where indeed? I was just as baffled as Harry, Hermione & Ron in thinking of where. Though I was not quite as quick to dismiss Hogwarts.
Okay, I think this question was very important to some people, but not so much for me. First off, Harry had to live (and others had to live) in order to end up with someone. The couple I did think … Continue reading
How could it not open? That would be … inconceivable. Yet, how could Harry possibly attend? How would this dilemma be reconciled??