“You are a wizard, Harry!”, “I am a what?”; remember how startled Harry was when he first found out about his bewitching capabilities? Harry Potter has come a long way since then; the third part or the Prisoner of Azkaban did shed some light on the future of Harry’s fate. Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire has unraveled the rise of Voldemort, the change in Harry’s attitude and lots of other things. Here is a reason why your child should read this amazing book.
· The history of Hogwarts: The rise of house Slytherin and Voldemort has not been discussed much previously. In this book, your child will get to know the influence of Voldemort and one of his trusted disciple Bart Crouch Jr.
· The beginning of the dark phase and cruelty: Till chamber of secrets, the whole story was a happy go lucky kind where Harry had a troublesome life yet he found joy and harmony at Hogwarts. Prisoner of Azkaban revealed the truth about Sirius Black whom Harry had accused of killing his parents. There was a twist in the tale where Harry discovered that Sirius Black was the one beside his parents. Goblet of Fire shows the bond that Harry had developed with Sirius and asked for help as he was about to enter the deadliest competition in the history of witchcraft and wizardry. This book reveals some untold secrets and the murder plan that Voldemort had hatched up to kill Harry. The early part of the book showcases infliction of torture by a dubious Mad-eye.
· Subtle changes in the character of Harry, Hermione, and Ron:
The characters of Harry, Hermione, and Ron have gone through changes in this book. All three of them have become more rational and mature; Harry started to have feelings for Cho Chang and Hermione had a tough time dealing with her feelings for Ronald. Ron was unaware of Hermione’s feelings and wanted to become famous. This book also shows the bond of friendship they had for each other. Even though Ronald was mad at Harry for entering the competition but he realized it was not his fault and helped him through the latter stages. Hermione was always there to support both of them.
· The rise of Voldemort and changes in Harry: After a long wait, Voldemort has finally arrived at the scene physically and ready to kill Harry Potter. Harry has been caught in between his own mind and that of Voldemort’s and was about to let Cedric die but overcame the temptation.
· Morale and the value of relationships: Harry after being tricked by Voldemort and Barty was trapped inside a graveyard with Cedric where Cedric was killed by Peter Pettigrew. Harry was up against Voldemort and was left with no resource until he gathered the strength from his parents and managed to escape from Voldemort. This will teach your child the value of morale and relationships that a child should have with their parents.
Goblet of Fire should not be read by children below 10 years and is not a children’s book as it has so much to learn from it.
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