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Text copyright 2003 by G. M. Kearney This work is based on J. K. Rowling’s Harry Pottter and the Philosophers’ Stone and other related works by J. K. Rowling. No claim of ownership of those works is made or implied by the author.

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Author’s Introduction

In J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter novels it is suggested that the magical world which, she creates, exists in other areas of the world besides the United Kingdom.

Here then is the story of Felicity Stockwell, a normal American girl with a family secret. It is a story of the magical world of J. K. Rowling invention as found in America. Within this story the reader will find references to the world of Harry Potter but in a uniquely American context expressing the American experience, history, culture and values.

Greg Kearney July 2003

Chapter One Felicity Stockwell’s Birthday Morning

Felicity looked out the window at the steeple of the First Congregational Church across the street from her house. It was early June, and, as is the case in Rhode

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