This story tells about an orphan boy who lives with his ferocious aunt and uncle. This
boy's name is Harry Potter. In the wizarding world in which he comes from he is known
as "the boy who lived." After 10 years he is told he is a wizard by a half giant named
Hagrid. At the train station he meets a red haired boy named Ron. At the school, called
Hogwarts, their headmaster Albus Dumbledore tells them "the third floor corridor is
strictly forbidden for all who don't wish to die a most painful death."
Voldemort is a wicked wizard who, in his rise for power, came up upon Harry's house
and killed his parents. But when he advanced on Harry, as soon as he cast the killing spell
it backfired and Voldemort was taken away from his power and his body.
The sorceror's stone is a stone that can bring Voldemort back to his body and turn
metals into pure gold. Early on, Harry and Hagrid go to Gringotts wizard bank and after
Harry gets his money Hagrid says that the package was Hogwarts business, "very secret"
and Hagrid said that Dumbledore told him to bring the package to Hogwarts.
At school, Harry, Ron and Hermione find a book that tells about the sorceror's stone and
Harry figures out from a wizard paper that what was in the package was the stone. And
then Harry realizes, when he is in detention, that a hooded figure in the forest was
Voldemort living on unicorn blood until he can get a chance to snatch the stone.
Hermione figures out that there are enchantments, in addition to a three-headed dog,
guarding the stone. Harry races Voldemort to the stone, but he thinks he is racing Snape,
the greasy-haired potions master.
Harry and his friends later get past every spell and enchantment but Harry on his own
went to face off with Voldemort once more. Harry comes out of the trap door that the
three-headed dog was guarding and finds himself in the hospital wing. When Harry wakes
up, Dumbledore... [continues]
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