I have read Harry Potter: And The Philosopher’s Stone.
This is the first book in a series of seven (one for each year Harry will be going to Hogwarts the wizard school). The author is J.K Rowling. The theme is basically magic. I guess the peak is when Harry realizes he’s a wizard.
The book is about a boy named Harry Potter. At first sight he might look like an all ordinary boy, but Harry is nothing like what you would call ordinary. He is a wizard! He’s tall and thin, and he’s got thick untidy black hair laying down on his for head covering a thin scar shaped like a bolt of lightning. That scar is the reason why Harry doesn’t have parents, and has to live with his aunt and uncle, who are the worst sort of muggles (unmagic people) you could find. And it’s because of that scar, Harry Potter is famous, he’s “the boy who lived”. Eleven years ago a great and powerful dark wizard called Voldemort had come to power. He killed everyone who came in his way. He even killed Harry’s parents. But for some reason, nobody knows why, Harry survived. Instead of killing Harry, the spell turned back on him. So Voldemort lost all his powers and disappeared.