Finally! The books that got you're kids to love reading English will get them to love reading Hebrew! (No nukudos.)
When one-year-old Harry Potter's parents--a witch and a wizard--were killed by the evil Voldemort, Harry was sent to live with his "normal" aunt, uncle, and spoiled cousin. After spending eleven miserable years with this family, in which Harry was forced to sleep in a closet and was the brunt of his cousin's bullying, he learns that he is a wizard when he is unexpectedly accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. At Hogwarts, Harry makes many fine friends as well as a few dreaded enemies. While at school, Harry discovers that the Sorcerer's Stone is hidden there, the stone that will enable Voldemort to create a body of his own and gain immortality. Rowling has created a fast-moving, magical tale replete with humor, adventure, suspense, mystery, and unforgettable characters that will enchant children and adults alike.
- By J. K. Rowling
- Illustrated by: Mary Grandpre
- Translated by: Gili Bar-Hillel.
- 5.25"x8" (316 Pages)Ages 8-11, 12+ Publisher: Scholastic, 1998Part of the "Harry Potter Series - Hebrew Editions" series.