Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Written by J.K. Rowling
Illustrated by Mary Grandpre

Reviewed by Jay E. (age 10)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban is an engaging and fun book It is from the Harry Potter series. The book is about a prisoner being held in the evil jail at Azkaban. The name of the prisoner is Sirius Black. Little does Harry Potter know that he will find out what he has never been told, that the prisoner is a close friend of his dead father and mother.

My opinion of this book is that I just can?t compare it to any other book I?ve read so far, it is so good. An interesting character to me is Ron, because he is never happy about taking tests, and he likes comic books. I relate to those parts of his personality.

I recommend this book to all readers who like books with a lot of style and class. This book makes you feel like you?re in the story with Hermione and Harry and Ron in one of their adventures. The characters seem real because of their emotions.

Jay E. is a student in Ms. Scaglione's 5th Grade Class
1999-2000