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Gibbs High graduate Sam French wrote about his place in the Harry Potter generation before the final movie premiered. He says, "As [the] premiere of the final Harry Potter movie approached, I heard many of my friends refer to our age group as the Harry Potter generation.
It's a bold claim to take ownership of seven books that are treasured by readers of all ages, in over 70 languages. After all, my parents have been reading the books to me, and at my side, from the Sorcerer's Stone to the Deathly Hallows. Still, I am a part of the Harry Potter generation: a collection of young adults around 20 years old who were young enough when the books came out to truly believe in magic."
Read the rest of Sam's column here, and feel free to share your thoughts on being part of the Harry Potter generation in the comments section below. What's your very first Harry Potter memory?