For younger readers, or those with a reading disability, get the books on CD and have them listen to a chapter before they read it.
By Valle Dwight
It’s no accident that the Harry Potter series has fans of all ages and interests — the stories feature drama, friendship, danger, and ultimate triumph. But if you can’t get your kids to read it, it may as well be Crime and Punishment. A book group can help even reluctant readers partake in the pleasures of reading this addictive series.
To keep the group engaged and coming back, make sure you include some Potter-inspired activities after each discussion. Ideas to get you started:
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