Reehil wrote, "The curses and spells used in the books are actual curses and spells; which when read by a human being risk conjuring evil spirits into the presence of the person reading the text".
She said the decision to remove the books was part of a larger project of moving the library from one location to another, in which the school's catalogue was reorganized and some materials were removed due to "age-appropriateness" or "poor circulation".
A private Catholic school in Nashville has removed the Harry Potter books from its library, saying they include "actual curses and spells, which when read by a human being risk conjuring evil spirits". Apart from the books, there are movies made based on the writings of Harry Potter, which are also in the list of hits in the field of film.
"These books present magic as both good and evil, which is not true, but in fact a clever deception", Reehil wrote in what we can already see is going to be a very reasonable email. However, in the name of journalistic integrity, we must consider the possibility that the magic in the Harry Potter books is just fiction, and the only reason Rev. Dan Reehill believes otherwise is because he is incredibly stupid. She said students are still allowed to read the books on school grounds, reported CNN.
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CNN called St. Edward Catholic School to request comment, but could not reach anyone.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was first published by Bloomsbury on June 26, 1997.
After seven books, the Potter series ended, but fans' appetite never waned.
The local Catholic Diocese says that Reehil gets the final say at the school, though she can't confirm that the books are or aren't still on the shelves. Creator J.Okay. Rowling was steadily accused of selling Satanism and glorifying the occult, and the American Library Affiliation discovered that between 2000 and 2009, the books had been among the many more than likely to be challenged by dad and mom objecting to their inclusion in class libraries.