I absolutely agree with what Andrew Pierce proclaims
"Apparently, my admiration for Rowling is a product of a dumbed-down society, according to the critics. The books are a product of the "infantilisation of adult culture", says Philip Hensher. "A pedestrian, ungrammatical prose style," was the usually admirable Anthony Holden's take.
Maybe they are right. But Rowling is responsible for millions of schoolchildren reading for pleasure once more, when we are always being told that the printed word is dead. So I won't be ashamed to be seen queueing for my copy, even though I know that good will prevail over evil. But I dread Harry being killed off. If he has been, there will be an even louder howl."
in the Telegraph opinion
"No shame in being a fan of Harry Potter"