Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone
Harry had just gotten a letter from Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry. His relatives, Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia are furious and Dudley is scared. Harry hates his relatives and is relived that he can get out of the house now. He lives with his relatives because his parents were murdered by Lord Voldemort.
While Harry was on the train to get to Hogwarts, he meets two other first years. their names were Ron and Hermione. Hermione was muggle-born, which meant that she was born in a human family. Ron was a pure blood which meant that his parents are witch and wizard.
They arrived at Hogwarts and was sorted into different houses, Harry was sorted into Gryffindor, Ron and Hermoine were sorted into Gryffindor now too. There were four houses Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw. Gryffindor was for the brave and the courageous. Slytherin was for the Pure bloods and strongs ones. Hufflepuff took the left overs. Ravenclaw was for the wisest and the most wisdom.
It was only a few days when they had their first flying lesson, Harry was so talented and natural that he was accepted onto the Gryffindor Quidditch team as the most important position, Seeker. In Harry's first game he cought the snitch and ended the game in five minutes. That was the fastest game ever! Harry made some enemies for being the only first year on any team and be so good.
Most of the school year flew by until one day, Harry was roaming the school grounds until he found a room with a mirror. He looked into the mirror and saw his mother! He kept coming back night after night to see his mom until one night, it had disappeared. Harry soon found out the it was the Mirror Of Erised. The mirror had the ability to give the illution of what the person wanted most.
Knowing the value of the mirror, Harry scavenged for it and he discovered a magical room and sure enough, the mirror was there, but there was a professor beside it. Professor Quirrell was working for Lord Voldemort! He was here to steal the stone and revive Voldemort. They fought a fierce battle. In the end Harry was victorious and turned it in to be destroyed so no one can use it again.
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