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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book #1)
by J.K. Rowling | Children's Books
Registered by TrixieGirl of Houston, Texas USA on 5/13/2003
Average 6 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by Jettchen): travelling


This book is in the wild! This Book is Currently in the Wild!

6 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by TrixieGirl from Houston, Texas USA on Tuesday, May 13, 2003

5 out of 10

I read this book over a year ago after the insistence of friends. I usually do not like fiction, especially science fiction and fantasy. With that said, the book was interesting and sometimes even exciting. I'll defer to the thousands of positive comments from other readers...I need to read a realistic book now...maybe a biography. 


Journal Entry 2 by deatonjr from Kingwood, Texas USA on Wednesday, May 14, 2003

This book has not been rated.

Finally, I set out to discover the universe of Harry Potter. 


Journal Entry 3 by TrixieGirl at Central Market (Westheimer & Wesaylan) in Houston, Texas USA on Thursday, May 15, 2003

This book has not been rated.

Released on Tuesday, May 13, 2003 at Central Market (Westheimer & Wesaylan) in Houston, Texas USA.

Given to deatonjr at Bookcrossing Meetup 


Journal Entry 4 by deatonjr from Kingwood, Texas USA on Monday, May 19, 2003

6 out of 10

This is not a spectacular book. It is a children's book through and through. The fantasy wizard-school setting mirrors real-life school, which makes it popular for children. "Why dont *we* learn magic in school, mommy?" My magical wand was a #2 lead core particle board pink-tipped pencil. I used it to fill in bubbles.

I was entertained, if only for a few minutes, by the magical puzzles and broomstick games. Maybe the movies distilled the story for me. They depict nearly everything from the book.  


Journal Entry 5 by cornelia from Houston, Texas USA on Wednesday, June 11, 2003

This book has not been rated.

I got this at the bookcrossing meet up tonight. I haven't read any of the Harry Potter so I am looking forward ot it.  


Journal Entry 6 by cornelia from Houston, Texas USA on Friday, July 11, 2003

7 out of 10

It's a lot like the movie. Theres a little more to it most of it's coverd in the movie. But it's a nice read. It is written more for a 10 - 13 year old group I think but it's cool. I liked it. I love fantasy like this, like The Worst Witch and stuff like that.
I'm sending it to a fellow bookcrosser in Germany who wants to read Harry Potter, they want to see what the hype's about. I think they will like it.  


Journal Entry 7 by Leukonoe from Berlin, Berlin Germany on Tuesday, August 26, 2003

This book has not been rated.

Found the book together with two others on my desk today - finally they arrived. Thanks a lot to Cornelia! I really wonder how long it is going to last until my package arrives... and how I like Harry Potter. Will start reading tonight.  


Journal Entry 8 by Leukonoe from Berlin, Berlin Germany on Saturday, September 06, 2003

8 out of 10

This is a great book for children, thrilling but not horrible which appeals to the archetypic heritage in our minds. I especially liked the little details like All Flavour Beans and such stuff. However, I cannot understand why there's that hype among *grown-up people* about Rowling's books...

I am now going to find a good release occasion to make sure this book gets journalled again after all its long journey across the atlantic.

update 09.09.03: promised the book to IrasCignavojo for his Harry Potter bookrings

 


Journal Entry 9 by IrasCignavojo from Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg Germany on Sunday, September 14, 2003

This book has not been rated.

I got this one from Leukonoe in order to make a BookRing out of it for all the German Harry Potter Fans:
Harry Potter Fans geben ihre Bücher weiter...
Anyone interested should just PM me. 


Journal Entry 10 by IrasCignavojo from Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg Germany on Sunday, October 12, 2003

7 out of 10

This is going to be a BookRing
Rules are simple:
* PM me to get on the Ring
* PM the person before you and send your address
* PM the person after you and ask for her address
* Write a journal entry when you got the book, write when you plan to read it.
* Keep it as long as it takes to be read. If you see your not going to start reading it, send it on. You can always rejoin the bookring later.
* Comment in any language you like, but do comment.
* Treat with care. This is a fine book and deserves fine treatment.
  • IrasCignavojo
  • Jettchen
  • Du?
  • Er?
  • Sie?
  • ...?
  • Back to me: Iras Cignavojo
  • And out again, will be perpetual.

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Journal Entry 11 by Jettchen from Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg Germany on Thursday, October 16, 2003

This book has not been rated.

I got this bookring at our new official bookcrossing zone in Stuttgart, Southwest Germany. (OBCZ founded last Tuesday evening offically) Iras lent me part 2 and 3 also. I am going to read them all quickly at hospital November this year.
 


Journal Entry 12 by Jettchen at Marios Ampelmännchen, Ludwigstraße - geschlossen - in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg Germany on Tuesday, July 13, 2004

This book has not been rated.

Released on Tuesday, July 13, 2004 at Ampelmännchen in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg Germany.

i/o to continue the Harry Potter bookrings now given to the initiator. Thanks a lot IrasC. 


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