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Should the Harry Potter series be banned from schools?

  • Borders on Witchcraft

    I believe the "spells" and things in this book borders on witchcraft and that should not be in the public schools... This should be a book read at home given by a parent if they want the child to read it.. It's not appropriate for school aged children. Our tax dollars pay for education and that is what exactly it should be, not fantasy time.

  • I am actually doing this topic in my debate team, and I have yes.

    The Harry Potter books should be banned because the books are a great fantasy novel that will put ideas into children's heads. Such as the MURDER or Harry's parents, what happened to Jenny in the chamber of secrets, and not to mention the bad language. This is not a book that young children should be reading. I they want to read this book they should do it outside school where they won't get distracted.

  • The Harry Potter series should be banned from schools.

    Harry Potter is a good book, but it's not appropriate for schools. It's a fantasy novel that panders to children's immature sensibilities. It is not an academic book. If children want to indulge in fantastical escapist fantasies, they should do it outside of school. They should not get distracted while at school.

  • Harry Potter should not be banned

    I read the Harry Potter books when I was a kid and last time I checked, I don't practice witchcraft and don't know anyone who has been encouraged to practice witchcraft by the Harry Potter books. There has been magic and other things in children's movies yet I'm sure there haven't been as many complaints about that.

    As for the people who complain about the Harry Potter books teaching children that defying the law and breaking rules is a good idea, Harry Potter also teaches children important lessons like bravery and loyalty. There are good life lessons in the Harry Potter books. An example of a good life lesson shown in the Harry Potter books is the Albus Dumbledore quote, "Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if one only remembers to turn on the light."

  • Why Fight Over These Kinds of Arguments?

    Seriously, people have their own opinions. Just because you don't like it, doesn't mean everyone doesn't for example some people like anchovies and some don't. I'm not trying to say I'm on one side, I'm on both. I agree and disagree. Do you guys really need to fight over this? Some schools can ban it, some schools can keep it. There are going to be wars soon if you keep arguing.

  • I love it

    I love Harry Potter and it is the best book I have everrrrr read because it lets my imaginati0on run free and some might say that this is a bad thing but I don't reslly think so. It is also great literature and everything is worded so fantastic. So I say don't ban this book!!

  • Why even that thought

    Harry Potter is a book people connect to. There is a reason for their purpose so why take it away? Also, if someone doesn't want to read something or their child to then don't read it or teach your child to listen and have them not read it. Just because someone doesn't want to read it doesn't mean they need to take that option away from other people.

  • Harry Potter rules!

    Why not just ignore the books if you don't want to read them. Don't ban the books. By doing that you are not letting children read a book they just wanna read for fun. Think positive about this and let the books stay! Banning imagination would be like always being serious. Nope. Not even going to say thanks

  • Harry Potter inspires

    Harry Potter inspires kids to use their imagination in a magical world; in this world full of screens, children need to use their imaginations. There are also some complex words in the series, this helps children expand their vocabulary. This also exposes kids to a different culture if they are not from England. This is an amazing series, it should never be banned.

  • It is entertaining

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  • The Harry Potter series was among the best things I've ever read.

    They have a great plot, considerably good language and are just fun to read! If you want to teach children something by reading and want them to have fun at the same time, I can't think of a book taht is more suitable than this one.
    Frankly, I think arguing about this is just ridiculous.

  • The Harry Potter series was among the best things I've ever read.

    They have a great plot, considerably good language and are just fun to read! If you want to teach children something by reading and want them to have fun at the same time, I can't think of a book taht is more suitable than this one.
    Frankly, I think arguing about this is just ridiculous.

  • Harry Potter shouldn't be banned

    Harry Potter was the first chapter book that I read in my life. If I didn't read that book, I would probably not like to read. Only because of one little book, I love to read so much. I spent late nights reading Harry Potter because my head couldn't turn away from the book. Maybe we shouldn't read it as a book as a class in school but kids should still have the right to read it.

  • NO, Harry Potter is and Excellent Book

    NO, I am a 13 year old atheist. In second grade I devoured the Harry Potter book series. It sparked my love of reading. To ban this excellent book series because you pathetic winy Christians (I am not saying all Christians) feel that banning an excellent book is a good idea I say ha. A good and intriguing book can spark a love of reading like it did to me. By banning this book for your selfish reasons you hurt fellow good students like me with your pathetic sensitivity . All of you who said YES disgust me!

  • It is good

    A lot of people love it. It is grate literature. It is a book that a lot of people love it and if it gets banned gerashons of people will never get to read such a grate book like this one and many more. Millions of people in the united states alone will never get to read this book. So I say don't bann this book. By Patrick schroer


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