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It's like an audiobook if audiobooks included commentary from a four-and-a-half year-old self-proclaimed "Harry Potter expert." Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reading-harry-potter/support

Reading Harry Potter with a Four-and-a-Half Year-Old Doug Woodhouse

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    • 4.6, 66 Ratings

It's like an audiobook if audiobooks included commentary from a four-and-a-half year-old self-proclaimed "Harry Potter expert." Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reading-harry-potter/support

    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 31. The Third Task

    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 31. The Third Task

    This chapter is so much fun.


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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 30. The Pensieve

    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 30. The Pensieve

    “Never make fun of someone if they mispronounce a word. It means they learned it by reading” - Anonymous

    We had a sieve in our kitchen when I was growing up, but we called it a strainer. I only knew the word from reading, and in my head it rhymed with "receive." I'm afraid I've taken the first steps toward passing that mispronunciation on to my children.


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    • 51 min
    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 29. The Dream

    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 29. The Dream

    Having is a kid means sometimes having to explain concepts like "blackmail" on the spot, very poorly. 


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    • 56 min
    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 28. The Madness of Mr. Crouch

    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 28. The Madness of Mr. Crouch

    We ended this one well after bedtime,  but we still had a long and great conversation after I stopped recording. I'm sorry you couldn't hear it, but just know the wheels are turning in his head. He's really trying to figure this one out.


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    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 27. Padfoot Returns

    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 27. Padfoot Returns

    Seriously, this whole mystery of Mr. Crouch being "sick" is extremely suspicious. 


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    • 59 min
    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 26. The Second Task

    Goblet of Fire: Chapter 26. The Second Task

    Do you remember how Professor Snape brought Harry to the Hospital Wing after he was almost killed by dementors in the last book? Well, five points to your House if you did! I did not immediately remember that, as you'll hear. 


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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

thisnameistaken24 ,

Love this podcast

I love this podcast so much. Their child is hilarious and well, the content of the book is really good. Please continue with the other books (though I see how that might not be appropriate for a six year old).
P.S. Carcle16... just listen to an audiobook (I listen to them using overdrive). If you don’t like them talking then why do you listen to their podcast??

BookGinny is underrated ,

So good!

Everything about this podcast makes my heart happy. I found it on Spotify and can’t stop listening. I wish more parents made time and had the patience you have with your son! This sweet memory will last a lifetime for him. It reminds me of when my dad read Ralph S. Mouse to my brother and me. Such a happy way to reread such a great series. Thank you.

Carcle16 ,

Fun but...

It’s to listen to well following along in the but if you cut down on the talking I’d like it more.

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