It's well known, that the "Sorcerer's Stone" was written by the author for her little daughter, who enjoyed the stories about a little wizard boy. Rowling confesses, that all of the characters in her books have been written from her friends, former classmates and teachers, and from Rowling herself. Both of those books are about the wizarding world, which is very near to the mundane one, but humans don't notice it. "The Sorcerer's Stone" and the "Goblet of fire" describe the stages of the main protagonist's growing up. These books tell about the hardships a person who grows up without parents has to come through, they emphasize the need in close people Harry feels.
Both of the books tell about different stages of growing up. It's well known that teenage years are a period when a person learns to decide for himself or herself and to take responsibility for his/her decisions. Both "The Sorcerer's Stone" and the "Goblet of fire" feature teens and tweens who have to decide complicated problems, which are often of grave importance both for them, their classmates, and sometimes, even for the whole wizarding world.
The books discussed talk about the importance of making the right choice, the one that is dictated by your heart and mind inste ...