Probably the Sorcerer's Stone. I received the book on my 11th birthday, and little did I know, that book would change me in so many wonderful ways. When I was younger, I was a moody, emotional, delicate little princess. Then I found Hermione. She was my age in the SS when I read it and there were so many ways I could relate to her. With her help, I improved my grades, made some of the most amazing friends I could ever have. She gave me somebody to look up to, someone that would never leave me. This ano is my 14th birthday. Hermione's spirit has never left me, and if my soul took a form or appearance, it would be me as Hermione, a little clever, quick-witted spitfire. I don't think Hermione will ever truly leave me, because she changed me so much. And now you can see why, at 12, when I joined this site, Hermione was part of my username. She gave me the ride of my life, and it is one I'll never forget. I opened the Sorcerer's Stone book on December 21, 3 years ago. About 3 hours later, I found hope in a bright, bushy haired girl who was just like me.
All of them. Whhen I read them, I can hear the movies. Early on, I used to read them out loud to myself. This was before the first movie. I honestly can't choose just one. It's like trying to choose your favorito Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Bean.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows