Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Written by J. K. Rowling & illustrated by Mary GrandPré
Book #4 in the Harry Potter Series
$29.99
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9 - 12
Reading age
752
Page count
254
Words per page
880L
Lexile measure
Jul 8, 2000
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The fourth title in the continuing saga includes Harry’s latest adventure at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

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    In this installment of the Harry Potter series, it's fun to see more of the wizarding world outside of Hogwarts, and even outside of England! Additionally, this book marks a shift away from episodic adventures and toward a continuous plot that runs through the remainder of the books in the series. Parents of young readers beware: things start to get darker in and by the end of this book, and after that, there's no going back.

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    "This fourth volume might be her most thrilling yet.”

    The New York Times
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    “I'm relieved to report that Potter 4 -- ''Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire'' -- is every bit as good as Potters 1 through 3.”

    Kirkus
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    "Another grand tale of magic and mystery...That’s not to say that the pace doesn’t lag occasionally—particularly near the end."

    School Library Journal
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    "This hefty volume is brimming with all of the imagination, humor, and suspense that characterized the first books. So many characters, both new and familiar, are so busily scheming, spying, studying, worrying, fulminating, and suffering from unrequited first love that it is a wonder that Rowling can keep track, much less control, of all the plot lines. She does, though, balancing humor, malevolence, school-day tedium, and shocking revelations with the aplomb of a circus performer. The Triwizard Tournament itself is bit of a letdown, since Harry is able, with a little help from his friends and even enemies, to perform the tasks easily. This fourth installment, with its deaths, a sinister ending, and an older and more shaken protagonist, surely marks the beginning of a very exciting and serious baffle between the forces of light and dark, and Harry's fans will be right there with him."

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Book Details

ISBN
9780439139595
Publication Date
July 8, 2000
Publisher
Scholastic
Page Count
752
Words Per Page
253.8005319148936
Audience
Middle Grade
Reading Age
9 - 12 years
Lib. of Congress (LCCN)
00131084
WorldCat Number (OCLC)
824546753
Lexile® Level
880L
Est. Fountas & Pinnell Level
~U
ATOS® Book Level
6.8
Accelerated Reader® Points
32
Accelerated Reader Quiz
40670
Accelerated Reader Interest Level
MG

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