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Hermione Granger and the Sorcerer's Stone

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Hermione's first two months had Hogwarts went by well.

She spent all her time with Harry and Ron now. She and Ron still fought but not nearly as much as they did before. They just had clashing personalities that also fit together perfectly.

Harry was very excited when Quidditch season about was keen to tell Ron and Hermione all about it, though Ron was the only one interested.

Saturday was the first Quidditch game - Gryffindor against Slytherin and if Gryffindor won they'd be put in second place for the House Championship.

Hermione was glad to help Harry through his homework and even lend him Quidditch Through the Ages

Hermione had never had a friend before and was happy to help Harry when he needed it.

Hermione couldn't be happier. Now that she wasn't stressed out about avoiding rule breaking she was much more relaxed and more people liked her.

Of course Parvati and Lavender were still horrible to her, but that didn't matter.

She had friends - real friends - not like Neville Longbottom - not that Hermione had something against Neville. He was still nice.

It was the day before the first Quidditch match and it was absolutely freezing in Scotland.

Harry, Ron, and Hermione were out in the courtyard and all of them were in their Gryffindor scarfs, and wearing large coats to keep warm, but just couldn't.

"Why does it have to be so cold?!" shrieked Ron.

Harry shivered vigorously.

Ron had just finished a small jar of jam inside. He was eating it with his breakfast but Hermione took it from him now that he was done with it and whispered, "Incendio!"

They now had a warm, bright, blue fire in the empty jar to warm them.

Then they noticed a very curious sight.

Professor Snape was limping across the yard.

The three moved closer together to hide the fire from his view, knowing he would knock points off from Gryffindor for an unfair reason if he saw it. Sadly, something about their guilty expression made Snape suspicious and he limped over.

He hadn't seen the fire but he wanted to tell them off anyway.

"What's that you've got there, Potter?"

Harry showed his his copy of Quidditch Through the Ages.

"Library books are not to be taken outside the school. Give it to me. Five points from Gryffindor." Hermione squinted at him. That was no real rule. She had brought library books of out school thousands of times.

"He's just made that rule up!" muttered Harry angrily.

Snape was now limping away.

"Wonder what's wrong with his leg?" said Harry. Ron sneered. "I dunno, but I hope it's really hurting him.

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When they entered the Gryffindor common room that evening it was particularly noisy. Harry and Ron had given Hermione their homework to look over, but Ron was uneasy about it. "What can't you just let us copy your work down?" asked Ron.

"Oh, Ron," sighed Hermione. "How will you learn?"

Hermione began crossing off answers for them. "Oh, no, no, no, Ron. Didn't I tell you it can be used as an oven cleaner - not stove."

Ron rolled his eyes.

"What's the difference? Why do I need to know which magical blood cleans what Muggle kitchen suppliants?

Suddenly, Harry got up. "I'm going to ask Snape for my book back," said Harry.

"Better you than me," said Ron and Hermione in harmony.

"Oh, gosh Ron, if it wasn't for me I promise you that you would have failed this assignment." "How was I supposed to know all this stuff?" asked Ron.

"It's called reading," answered Hermione.

"And it seems you don't do much of it."

"Just finish my homework," snapped Ron. "I'm checking it, not doing it. You correct it," she said, giving him the paper and getting out a book.

Harry was back before they knew it. "Did you get it?" asked Ron.

"No," Harry whispered. " I went to go get my book when I heard Snape and Filch talking. Snape was telling him he had gotten bitten by the three-headed dog we had seen. I tried to shut the door but he caught me and he was really angry - even angrier than Professor McGonagall about the troll. He screamed at me to go away. I hurried before he could take any points from Gryffindor. You know what this mean?" he asked.

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Emma Watsonas Hermione Granger
Daniel Radcliffeas Harry Potter
Rupert Grintas Ron Weasley
Tom Feltonas Draco Malfoy
Robbie Coltraneas Rubeus Hagrid
Alan Rickmanas Severus Snape
Ian Hartas Professor Quirrell
Matthew Lewisas Neville Longbottom

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