In the mean time, John Hawks (whose blog you should be reading) has some priceless stuff on Richard Dawkins' war on Harry Potter:
Well, since he's outlining what would be the topic of a fifteen-year longitudinal study on cognition and reading experiences, I would guess that he'll settle for just waving his arms around and saying "wizards-bad-BAD." Which is pretty much what he did in The God Delusion.
I like Dawkins, but that's only because I've been very selective in my Dawkins reading. The Ancestor's Tale was amazing. I purposely haven't touched The God Delusion. (Daniel Dennett probably did a much better job in Breaking The Spell ).