While trying to control his cursed broom during his first Quidditch game, Harry accidentally catches the snitch in his mouth, winning the match for Gryffindor.
Professor Dumbledore tells Harry that the mirror of Erised "shows us nothing more or less than the deepest, most desperate desire of our hearts."
J.K Rowling's debut novel, Harry Potter and the Philospher's Stone, was first published in 1997. The following year it was published in the United States as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
After finding out he has a giant half-brother, Hagrid brings Grawp home with him because the other giants were bullying him for being a 16' small runt.
First year students are assigned their houses by placing the Sorting Hat on their heads.
Ron, Fred and George Weasley "borrow" their dad's flying car and rescue Harry from his locked room at the Dursley's house.
Like Voldemort, Harry is a Parselmouth--a wizard that can speak to snakes.
According to the Sorting Hat's song, Ravenclaw is the house "where those of wit and learning will always find their kind".
Moaning Myrtle is killed by the basilisk after "seeing a pair of great, big, yellow eyes".
After Harry is bitten by the basilisk, Fawkes cries on Harry's wound, healing him with his tears.