As The Opposer you are against the motion:
This house believes that new Harry Potter books are worth making a fuss of.
These are some points to put in a speech.
- The advertising campaign pressures kids into getting the book when it comes out - that means buying an expensive hardback book.
- This discriminates against poorer Potter fans who might get a second-hand book or borrow it from a library.
- Other childrens' authors might find it hard to get their books read, because no one notices anything apart from Potter.
- Kids feel they have to read Potter. That means they can't develop their own interests by reading books that interest them more but are less popular.
- Kids who don't read very well could feel excluded or bullied.