7–9: A great age to begin (for younger kids, consider reading aloud together). Read: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
Young demographic biggest Potter fans With 35% of Americans having read at least one Harry Potter book, among the biggest fans are men aged 18-34 (44%), women aged 18-34 (61%) and women aged 35-54 (41%).
Like most milestones, there is no “right age.” It all depends on the kid—and the parents. But there are a few age-related guidelines to take into consideration: From a technical standpoint, Harry Potter is categorized as a middle-grade read, which typically encompasses 9–to–12-year-olds.
Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone is fine for young children. Once you get to book 4 The Goblet of Fire, four would be too young for it. With the films, I would say number 3 is a bit too scary for a 4 y/o.
The first three Harry Potter books are great to read aloud to kids aged from about six or seven up. Certainly most children - both boys and girls - will love them from the age of eight.
Agarwal said, “I would say, not below nine years. I know some ambitious parents are eager to make seven-year-olds read Harry Potter but I feel that it's important for a kid to grasp all the nuances to fully appreciate a book.
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