Harry Potter and the goblet of fire /
By Rowling, J.K.
Fourteen-year-old Harry Potter joins the Weasleys at the Quidditch World Cup, then enters his fourth year at Hogwarts Academy where he is mysteriously entered in an unusual contest that challenges his wizarding skills, friendships and character, amid signs that an old enemy is growing stronger.The Riddle House -- The scar -- The invitation -- Back to the burrow -- Weasley's wizard wheezes -- The portkey -- Bagman and Crouch -- The Quidditch World Cup -- The dark mark -- Mayhem at the Ministry -- Aboard the Hogwarts Express -- The Triwizard Tournament -- Mad-Eye Moody -- The unforgivable curses -- Beauxbatons and durmstrang -- The goblet of fire -- The four champions -- The weighing of the wands -- The Hungarian horntail -- The first task -- The House-Elf Liberation Front -- The unexpected task -- The Yule Ball -- Rita Skeeter's scoop -- The egg and the eye -- The second task -- Padfoot returns -- The madness of Mr. Crouch -- The dream -- The pensieve -- The third task -- Flesh, blood, and bone -- The death eaters -- Priori incantatem -- Veritaserum -- The parting of the ways -- The beginning.Accelerated ReaderReading Counts!ALA Notable Children's Book, 2001.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix /
By Rowling, J. K.,
When the government of the magic world and authorities at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry refuse to believe in the growing threat of a freshly revived Lord Voldemort, fifteen-year-old Harry Potter finds support from his loyal friends in facing the evil wizard and other new terrors.Dudley demented -- A peck of owls -- The advance guard -- Number twelve, Grimmauld Place -- The Order of the Phoenix -- The noble and most ancient House of Black -- The Ministry of Magic -- The hearing -- The woes of Mrs. Weasley -- Luna Lovegood -- The Sorting Hat's new song -- Professor Umbridge -- Detention with Dolores -- Percy and Padfoot -- The Hogwarts High Inquisitor -- In the Hog's Head -- Educational Decree Number Twenty-Four -- Dumbledore's army -- The lion and the serpent -- Hagrid's tale -- The eye of the snake -- St. Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries -- Christmas on the closed ward -- Occlumency -- The beetle at bay -- Seen and unforeseen -- The centaur and the sneak -- Snape's worst memory -- Career advice -- Grawp -- O.W.L.s -- Out of the fire -- Fight and flight -- The Department of Mysteries -- Beyond the veil -- The only one he ever feared -- The lost prophecy -- The second war begins.Accelerated Reader/Renaissance LearningAmerican Library Association-YA (2004); Booklist Editor's Choice/Books for Youth (2003).Accelerated Reader ARAccelerated ReaderReading CountsARReading Counts RCLexile
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows /
By Rowling, J. K.
Burdened with the dark, dangerous, and seemingly impossible task of locating and destroying Voldemort's remaining Horcruxes, Harry, feeling alone and uncertain about his future, struggles to find the inner strength he needs to follow the path set out before him.Accelerated Reader/Renaissance LearningAccelerated reader
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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince /
By Rowling, J. K.,
Sixth-year Hogwarts student Harry Potter gains valuable insights into the boy Voldemort once was, even as his own world is transformed by maturing friendships, schoolwork assistance from an unexpected source, and devastating losses.Joanne Rowling was born in July 1965 at Yate General Hospital in England and grew up in Chepstow, Gwent where she went to Wyedean Comprehensive. Jo left Chepstow for Exeter University, where she earned a French and Classics degree, her course including one year in Paris. As a postgraduate she moved to London and worked as a researcher at Amnesty International among other jobs. She started writing the Harry Potter series during a delayed Manchester to London King's Cross train journey, and during the next five years, outlined the plots for each book and began writing the first novel. Jo then moved to northern Portugal, where she taught English as a foreign language. The book was first published by Bloomsbury Children's Books in June 1997, under the name J.K. Rowling. The "K", for Kathleen, her paternal grandmother's name was added at her publisher's request who thought that a woman's name would not appeal to the target audience of young boys.ARMiddle School.American Library Association Young Adult Library Services Association--YALSA--Best Books for Young Adults (2006).Illustrated by Mary Grandpre.Accelerated ReaderReading Counts

Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone /
By Rowling, J. K.,
Rescued from the outrageous neglect of his aunt and uncle, a young boy with a great destiny proves his worth while attending Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry.The Boy Who Lived -- The Vanishing Glass -- The Letters from No One -- The Keeper of the Keys -- Diagon Alley -- The Journey from Platform Nine and Three-quarters -- The Sorting Hat -- The Potions Master -- The Midnight Duel -- Halloween -- Quidditch -- The Mirror of Erised -- Nicolas Flamel -- Norbert The Norwegian Ridgeback -- The Forbidden Forest -- Through the Trapdoor -- The Man with Two Faces -- .Accelerated Reader/Renaissance LearningAccelerated ReaderAccelerated Reader ARALA Notable Children's Book, 1999.Middle School