In the house, number 7, Rooftop drive, Lily Evans is stuck at home all the time with her mean aunt, uncle and cousin (Amy, Gilbert and Trevor Arnold) and is being treated very badly. Lily soon receives a letter, but her ghastly uncle burns it and rips it up even before she could have a slight glimpse of it. Then, the most wonderful Gamekeeper of all, Rubeus Hagrid, comes to her rescue.
Jumaimah Bhaimia is a really big fan of Harry Potter by J.K Rowling and really wanted to make her own series of the book but in a different way. Jumaimah was only ten years old when she made this book, but she wanted to make one better than an adult’s! “I am on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire when I started reading the Harry Potter books in September. Others read about every 1 or 2 days, but I read about 2 or 3 times a day. Reading is good for you!” Jumaimah Bhaimia said. Reading IS good for you. “It may also help you in your English lesson and you could get points from your teacher! It also makes your handwriting neat.”