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A Page on J.K. Rowling

JK RowlingJ.K. Rowling will go down in history as one of the world's most famous authors because of her incredibly successful Harry Potter series, which debuted in 1997. Rowling was born in England, where she lived for most of her life, struggling to become an author. The idea for Harry Potter came to her in 1990, on a trip from Manchester to London. Before she completed the first book, she moved to Portugal, got married, and gave birth to a daughter, Jessica Isabel Rowling Arantes. Soon after, the couple divorced and Rowling moved to Scotland with Jessica. The first manuscript was finished in 1995, and once it was published, the rest was history: Harry Potter became a phenomenon, earning literally billions of dollars by 2009. Rowling has been on multiple lists including the Forbes and Sunday Times Rich List as a testament to her immense fortune. After the 7th novel entitled Harry Porter and the Deathly Gallows, the series is complete.

Biography

Harry Potter Stuff

  • Harry Potter Lexicon: Considered the best Harry Potter site on the web, it has an encyclopedia's worth of information compiled from the books.
  • About The Books: Scholastic page about the series that offers lots of insightful information and activities.
  • MuggleNet: One of the largest and most comprehensive sites about Harry Potter on the web.
  • The Leaky Cauldron: Another large fan site for the series that also keeps track of news.
  • Harry Potter Box: Lists all of the many references in the Harry Potter books that people may miss because they are unfamiliar with the culture, etc.
  • Harry Potter Realm: Page that has sections like editorials, store and information about the books and movies.
  • Harry Potter for Grown-Ups: Aimed at adult readers of the Harry Potter series.
  • Warner Brothers Site: Official site for the Harry Potter movies.
  • Harry Potter Resources: Links to Harry Potter sites.

 

Criticisms and Reviews

 

 

Lesson Plans for Harry Potter

 

Written by Jacob C. Herman