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Inspired by our Hufflepuffs who seem to all enjoy reading, I thought we could start a book club! If you've read a book that you really enjoyed, this is the club for you! In a few sentences, tell us about the books/authors you enjoy, without spoiling any storylines! *I'm going to include audio books in this club too, for those of us who don't enjoy reading an actual book*! They do not have to be Harry Potter related! So pull up a chair and sit by the fire, and tell us what you have enjoyed reading lately! Snacks are provided ?
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  2. Newt Scamander

    What is your favorite book (besides harry potter)

    I love to read sooooo much. i could not go a day without picking up a book. i do want favorite books and recomended books. Because the more books i know about, the more books i will read. FUN FACT: if you read 10 books a day, it would take you 30,000 years to read everybook ever wrote
  3. Professor Patrick

    What is your favorite book (besides harry potter)

    @Potter genius This might be connected to your question, since people recommended what they like. My favourite book is Fool on the Hill by Matt Ruff. Books are important to me and I’ll give almost anything a try. I love SciFi, Fantasy, Adventure and Mystery, don’t care for Romance and Horror.
  4. ProfessorSnape

    What is your favorite book (besides harry potter)

    Haven’t read many books to be honest but I did like CHERUB when I was younger.
  5. My personal favorites are "Explorer Acadamy" and "How to train your Dragon". i will also be getting "The Adventures of the Winged Prince" soon. it is by @John Stefan, so this may be a favorite to. Be sure to check this book out!
  6. My personal favorites are "Explorer Acadamy" and "How to train your Dragon". i will also be getting "The Adventures of the Winged Prince" soon. it is by @John Stefan, so this may be a favorite to. Be sure to check this book out!
  7. Professor Patrick

    Have you ever read this book

  8. Newt Scamander

    Have you ever read this book

    Has anyone ever read the How to Train your Dragon series? Almost as good as Harry Potter.
  9. ProfessorSnape

    book recommendations

    On a slight tangent, I’ve seen adverts on TV for a new tv reality show called, “Miriam and Alan: Lost in Scotland.” Oh and looks like it he first episode came out yesterday and someone put it on YouTube:
  10. Professor Patrick

    book recommendations

    Have you started on the book yet? Can you already tell us something about it? I am starting to prepare Christmas gifts and am wondering if this would be a good idea for a friend of mine. He can't concentrate for more than 6 to 8 pages, which is why I usually shy away from books for him. But he is a big fan of Miriam.
  11. Dumbledore

    book recommendations

    I'm about to start Miriam Margolyes book about her self. She cracks me up and should be a good laugh! https://amzn.to/30anOKj From Blackadder to Call the Midwife, from the Cadbury's Caramel Rabbit to Harry Potter, Miriam Margolyes is the outspoken great aunt (after two sherries) we all wish we had - this is (at last) her extraordinary life story, and it's well worth the wait. Award-winning actor, creator of a myriad of memorable characters from Lady Whiteadder to Professor Sprout, Miriam Margolyes is a national treasure. Now, at last, at the age of 80, she has finally decided to tell her extraordinary life story. And it's far richer and stranger than any part she's played. Find out how being conceived in an air-raid gave her curly hair; what pranks led to her being known as the naughtiest girl Oxford High School ever had; how she ended up posing nude for Augustus John aged 17, being sent to Coventry by Monty Python and the Goodies and swearing on University Challenge (she was the first woman to say f--k on TV). This book is packed with unforgettable stories from why Bob Monkhouse was the best (male) kiss she's ever had to being told off by the queen. With a cast list stretching from Scorsese to Streisand, Leonardo di Caprio to Isaiah Berlin, This Much Is True is as warm and honest, as full of life and surprises, as she is.
  12. Professor Patrick

    book recommendations

    Hi, there If you are still looking for recommendations - the Dark Elements Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout has adventure, mystery, romance and a bit of magic. A very enjoyable read. https://jenniferlarmentrout.com/books/
  13. ProfessorSnape

    book recommendations

    There was a book thread which I’ll try finding later. I don’t read many books now but when I was in secondary/high school, these are the book series that I read: CHERUB Henderson boys H.I.V.E Alex Rider series A series of unfortunate events I guess they’re all kind of similar genre- spy/mystery. It’s only fairly recently that I read Harry Potter and for me, it blows the others out of the water. I really enjoyed Harry Potter
  14. Jasmine

    book recommendations

    if anyone has any good book recommendations, pls let me know! I currently want to read this one mystery novel called One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McNanus and I also want to get into the Hunger Games series, but I would be more than happy to hear any other books that you guys want to recommend. for reference, i enjoy romance, mystery, fantasy, and adventure novels :))
  15. Lily Potter Jr.

    What book genres do you usually read?

    I'll read anything, but recently my shelf consists of queer YA.
  16. Lily Potter Jr.

    Which book or author have you recently picked up?

    This year and last, I've gotten really into the Rick Riordan books, because they have lots of similar themes and characters to harry potter, but are a bit more modern with a bit more representation.
  17. ProfessorSnape

    Which book or author have you recently picked up?

    I’m thinking about reading them myself. I’ve still got the 2nd book which my mum bought me years ago in a primary school book fair. Although, like the Harry Potter books, I didn’t bothering reading them until very recently.
  18. Sofie Chan

    What book genres do you usually read?

    I prefer Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Mystery
  19. Sofie Chan

    Which book or author have you recently picked up?

    I started reading 39 clues and I think it’s really good!
  20. Sofie Chan

    JK Rowling

    Those two are my fav authors too! I really enjoyed their book and JK Rowling inspired me to start writing as well!
  21. Recently, I've started to read the Narnia books, which, if you didn't know, were written by C.S Lewis.
  22. Dumbledore

    Which book or author have you recently picked up?

    I think we'd all join you.
  23. Katy Dewdrop

    Which book or author have you recently picked up?

    Dear Dumbledore, in 1 year I will be leaving junior school and starting secondry I would like it if you would please invite me to Hogwarts as well as my friend Isla. My fave book at the moment is the prisoner of Azkaban as my fave character ( Sirius Black) has a huge part in it.
  24. Prysmata

    What book genres do you usually read?

    I'll read just about anything, but I've gotten more into history as of recently. I enjoy studying up on World War II and the Vietnam War, particularly. As far as fiction, I love historical romances and horror novels.
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