|Reviews for Harry, Age 5|
| Alex Lilly Potter chapter 4 . 2/10
| MiracleButterflies chapter 4 . 8/10/2013
Yay for Susan helping Harry!
| nota1trickpony chapter 2 . 2/7/2013
lol i can so see sirius doing that
| Rrrr chapter 4 . 11/16/2012
| Guest chapter 4 . 8/29/2012
| Guest chapter 3 . 8/29/2012
oh siri :'(
| Guest chapter 2 . 8/29/2012
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/29/2012
| Stephaniesaurus chapter 4 . 9/21/2011
i like your story. . . .
| Nitrea chapter 4 . 11/29/2010
Love this story! Poor Harry! Go mental-ness! :3
-Love Nitrea ;)
| ARTs Ninja Pal chapter 4 . 11/19/2010
really weird.. like with the part...
The teacher looked at him with interest. She closed her eyes and was silent for a few seconds. And the she replied to Harry:
"Let's get Sirius out of prison!"
Harry looked like he was going to jump for joy.
... thats so random... not trying to be mean or rude its just really random
| ayumistar00 chapter 4 . 7/9/2010
is susan actually a character from harry potter or you made it up? sorry i only watch the movie and read few books so not really clear please update soon and when you update please tell me so i know. For some reason i don't know i don't get story alert anymore
| Petticoats chapter 3 . 6/15/2010
Harry grew up thinking his parents died in a car crash. He would have been perplexed by Sirius' mention of a murder.
| Petticoats chapter 2 . 6/15/2010
That SO would not happen-that Harry and Sirius would accept it without question so quickly, I mean. Perhaps Harry, as a five year-old might, but certainly not Sirius. Besides, why would he ask the aforementioned five year-old to bust him out of Azkaban? He's FIVE. Even if he couldn't keep track of time, one's inner voice sounds only slightly older than one's actual voice, so Sirius would still think he was asking a child for assistance.
| Petticoats chapter 1 . 6/15/2010
"They didn't take Harry with them because of some reason Harry didn't know."
Rather awkward wording; I would change it to: "They had left Harry behind, for reasons unbeknownst to the small, messy-haired/green-eyed/some-other-adjective boy."
"Harry heard his uncles footsteps" should be "Harry heard his uncle's footsteps"