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Re: 12 reasons to avoid Harry Potter
• Posted by: Sandra   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, June 27, 2003, at 11:33 a.m.
• IP Address: 164.92.250.9
• In Response to: Re: 12 reasons to avoid Harry Potter (Jay)

>You really only have one reason.:( You simply drug it out. Children will learn and believe what their parents teach them.:) They aren't always influenced by what they see,hear, or read. The books and movies of Harry Potter are not bad. It's how you choose to view them. Yes, we have been told in the bible that witchcraft is bad and should be avoided. Most children will see the books and movies for what they are, fiction and something you can learn good qualities from even though there are some that are wrong. They learn to distinguish good from bad. Their parents are the ones responsible for helping them to do this, not other people.




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