If you are anything like us, you may think about Harry Potter on a daily basis. No matter what situation we are handed, we are constantly thinking “What Would Harry Potter Do?” Granted, if it is anything like the novels, you would essentially make everyone else do your dirty work, but that is beside the point!
Other than right before Halloween, summer is the second best time to re-read all of the Harry Potter books. Not only are you transported to a different world while tanning on the beach, but you may also find something new about the book that you have never noticed before. Once you notice that moment, you feel the need to discuss it with everyone.
Thanks to the Pottermore’s Wizarding World Book Club you will not have someone else to talk to about your findings. Your mom will be happy that she does not have to pretend to listen to your magical rants.
The official Wizarding World Book Club is here. Join us now on Pottermore: https://t.co/lj0GhLeEIN https://t.co/fqEdLd46S6
According to the Pottermore website, fans can “read and discuss the Harry Potter stories with anyone, anywhere.” Fans are encouraged to register online and re-read all seven books. Throughout the Harry Potter journey, fans can expect to explore a variety of themes that relate to the novels.
If you are interested in being a part of this club, make sure to sign up quick! They are currently on Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and are planning to talk about such topics like: “Magic and the Muggle World”, “First Impressions”, and “Friendship”.
After reading the books, all weekly discussions will be completed over Twitter. Who knows, maybe J.K. Rowling will want to take part in the fun!
To all of those parents who are having a hard time getting their kid to ready during the summer months, here is a great way to get their minds going! To all those adult Harry Potter nerds, we salute you and will probably see you on Twitter!
Sarah is a Hufflepuff living in NYC. When she is not traveling or talking to random animals, she is working as a script writer. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp