Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
This was a reread 'cause we got the paperback. It's probably one of the weaker Potter books-- maybe on par with Goblet of Fire, which at least had a gripping end sequence to make up for a plodding beginning. Dumbledore's a big dope as he himself points out, but then so is Harry, which is glossed over. Still, the examination of the flaws in Harry's character and his previously oh-so-wonderful parents are some of the reasons this series is not usual kiddie fare.