What would you do if you saw a small unicorn flying around your room when you got home from school? Would you grab your phone to immediately call your best friend to share this unprecedented happening? You would rather keep it as your own secret than leak it to anybody if you had read Harry Potter. Harry Potter is a young magician whose story tells about his adventure happening within seven years at a wizard school. The story is based on conventional theme about the good winning over the evil, as well as enlightening some prominent ethical lessons of the importance of friendship, spirit of teamwork and unity, being brave, and being sympathetic. Being together with his best friends Ron and Hermione, and the others standing by his side, Harry could accomplish his mission of fighting against the dark evil lord Voldemort and his accomplices. The author of this set of seven books matching seven years is a British female writer J.K. Rowling. The adventurous journeys of Harry Potter and his friends have been a worldwide phenomenon for nearly two decades. Its popularity is so intensive that it would remain and expand over decades because the story and its influence would consistently attract young readers’ interest, adults would consider and weight its educational values, and its potential profitability would allure business investments.