The title of the book:
The title of the book is "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone".
The author of the book:
The author of the book is J.K. Rowling.
The hero of the story + explanation:
The hero of the story is Harry Potter, without any doubt. He is the hero because, first of all, the whole book is about his life. The book follows Harry Potter's most important turn of his life: After he lived for 10 long, long years with relatives who didn't treat him well, he found out he was a wizard. Moreover, Harry was very famous in the wizard world because he was the only one who survived an attack from voldemort, an evil and very strong wizard, who killed many wizards. It happened when Harry was only a baby. He goes to Hogwarts, a wizard school. The story is about how Harry combined into the wizard world and in Hogwarts. Another reason why Harry Potter is the hero of the story is that with his two friends, Ron and Hermione, he stopped Voldemort from getting his power back, a thing that could be very destructive.
Briefly the lesson of the story:
This story is not a fable, and doesn't have a clear lesson but you can learn from the story a few things: One of them is that a good friendship is very important. Harry was saved a lot of times in the story by his friends and he also saved them once in a while. Another thing that you can learn from the story is that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. Harry and his really first friend in the wizard world, Ron, met Hermione, a clever girl that devoted a lot of her time studying. They didn't like her at all and said mean things to her. After a while, when they knew her better, and after a scary incident with her (they fought together versus a troll) they realized she was very nice and became good friends of hers.
The complication of the story:
The story is full of complications, but the most important one is that Harry, Ron and Hermione found out that Voldemort was going...