Saturday, November 3, 2012

Litspiration Challenge: Word Art

Wordle: Harry Potter Word art
Wordle: The Kill Order By James Dashner


These are both Wordle word art. The first is for The Kill Order (left) by James Dasher, and the second for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (right) by JK Rowling. I created the left by taking my book review and narrowing it down to some powerful words, and then proceeded to add my own. I chose that theme because it looked king of chaotic, like the entire world was in the story when the disease was released. I chose to do word art for these books because I had featured them in my book reviews. For the second word art, I decided to make my own new document, and put in entirely new words that I found powerful in the book, Harry Potter 4. I searched through themes and found this cool black and white theme. I chose to use it because it reflected Harry's world after being chosen. Everything was bleak, and his friends turned against him because they thought he had cheated his name into the Goblet of Fire. He had no support, and little hope. Thank you for looking at this word art.

My Awesome Review for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


            The summer holidays drag on, and Harry Potter can't wait to return to the magical world of Hogwarts to see his friends, Ron and Hermione, and his beloved headmaster, Dumbledore. In his fourth year at Hogwarts, Harry is now faced with a new challenge. Rumor has it that this year there will be a Triwizard Tournament. It's a skill testing and deadly challenge that guarantees fame and glory for the winner, and everyone is excited at the prospect of this. But there is one problem: The challenge is for those 17 and older. 14-year-old Harry will have to try again next year... or will he? When Harry's name is mysteriously chosen from the Goblet of Fire, tempers escalate and everyone wonders the same thing: What will young Harry do next?
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the fourth installment in the popular series by JK Rowling. This book delves deep within our imagination, and Rowling tells it with such description that it is extremely easy to picture all of Harry, Ron, and Hermione's adventures. I have no real negative comments for this book, for it has a perfect balance of description and holding the interest of the reader. I was constantly engaged, and marveled at Rowling's imagination of how she so easily conjures a great story. I think the theme of this book is “Bravery Goes a Long Way” because when Harry is outcast from his friends for supposedly cheating to get into the tournament, he powers through it, and has to be brave to get through this great challenge before him. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is looking to step into a magical world of both action and adventure alike.