Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
by J.K. Rowling
Illustrated by Mary Grandpre
Reviewed by Nate K. (age 10)
Nate K. is a student in Mr. Hobson's 4th Grade Class
Harry Potter finds out he is a wizard when he is eleven years old. Now he is thirteen and the story continues. Sirius Black, a prisoner who escaped from jail, is on his tail. Harry must not let Black find him. If he does, he will be in bigger trouble than he can handle! The lesson in this story is that things may not always be as they first appear. Will Black find Harry? If he does, what will happen? Read this book to find out.
This book is from a series called Harry Potter. I enjoyed this book because Harry is a wizard. Harry reminds me somewhat of myself because it seems like I am always looking for trouble, too!
My favorite part is when Harry and his friends are in the shrieking shack and they get into a fight with Sirius Black.
This is a great book and I would recommend it to anybody who likes to read about wizardry. It's full of action and adventure. The characters are interesting because they are wizards and witches and they can do magical things.