How does Harry Potter affect children? Here it is, in their own words:
"I want to go to wizard school and learn magic. I'd like to learn to use a wand to cast spells." (Dylan, age 10)
Stop and think: what will these children do when invited to visit an occult website, or even a local coven?
"If I could go to wizard school, I might be able to do spells and potions and fly a broomstick." (Myra, age 12)
"It would be great to be a wizard because you could control situations and things like teachers." (Jeffrey, age 11)
"I'd like to go to wizard school and learn magic and put spells on people. I'd make up an ugly spell and then it's pay-back time." (Catherine, age 9)
"I feel like I'm inside Harry's world. If I went to wizard school I'd study everything: spells, counterspells, and defense against the dark arts." (Carolyn, age 10)
"I liked it when the bad guys killed the unicorn and Voldemort drank its blood." (July, age 13)