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Vol. LXI, No. 30
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
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Question of the Week:

"What is it about the world of Harry Potter that is so appealing? (Asked at the Jazams Harry Potter Block Party in Palmer Square)"

"The magic, all the action, the cool robes and the spells."

Kinsey Ratzman, Lawrence Township

"I like it because Harry always wins the duels with Voldemort and it is just a lot of fun."

Ruhi Roy, Lawrence Township

"It is a way to relive childhood. It is such a great outlet for people like me who had fun with it as a kid. Although we (she and her friends with her) are in our mid-twenties and doing serious studies, we are kids at heart."

Katherine Timpano, graduate student, Princeton University

"It is a world that people have not explored, and yet it seems so real — it is very special."

Marin Olmstead, Princeton

Lauren: "I thinks its cool to go to school and learn magic and still be a normal kid at the same time." James: "It combines a lot of things like flying and all sorts of creatures."

Lauren and James Frazier, Newtown, Pa.

"I love all the things in it. It is very creative combining reality with fantasy."

Alexander Birkel with sister Caroline, Princeton

"The children, of course. It is how the children respond. When you see them, it brings such joy."

Tina Hamilton, Princeton

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