What to Read this Fall: Hogwarts Student Edition

November 9th, 2014 by

As the cold weather sets in, it’s extremely important to stock up on hot chocolate and good books! Hot chocolate + reading is obviously the best way to pass the cold, rainy, blustery days of the fall season (especially if you did not receive your Hogwarts letter). Thank goodness there are LOTS and LOTS of great new books this fall. Here’s a handy-dandy guide to some new releases, organized by wizard reading preferences:

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If you’re like Harry Potter, who is brave and selfless in the face of danger:

Harry Potter Blood of Olympus 260x420 Rick Riordan Everblaze_Shannon Messenger 260x420 Balance Keepers 260x420 Lindsay Cummings The Witchs Boy 260x420 Kelly Barnhill

If you’re like Ron Weasley, who enjoys a good laugh:

Ronald Weasley The Long Haul 260x420 Jeff Kinney Revenge of the Bully 260x420 Scott Starkey Bad Magic 260x420 Pseudonymous Bosch Case of the Weird Blue Chicken 260x420 Doreen Cronin

If you’re like Hermione Granger, who loves to learn and solve riddles:

Hermione Granger Fourteenth Goldfish_Jennifer L Holm Space Case by Stuart Gibbs Book of Secrets_Mister Max Cynthia Voigt Shouldn't You be in School_ Lemony Snicket

If you’re like Luna Lovegood, who has a creative and unique sense of reality:

Luna_Lovegood Thursdays with the Crown_Jessica Day George Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place_Julie Berry Tlaes from a Not-So-Happily Ever After Rachel Renee Russell Spirits Key_Edith Cohn

If you’re like Sirius Black, who is always up for the next big adventure:

Sirius_Black The Map to Everywhere_Carrie Ryan Boxcar Children Guide The Serpents Curse Copernicus Legacy_Tony Abbot Against the Tide Spirit Animals_Tui T Sutherland

If you’re like Rubeus Hagrid, who embraces what others would consider supernatural and scary:

Rubeus Hagrid Nightmares_Jason Segel Kirsten Miller Whispering Skull_Jonathan Stroud Iron Trial Holly Black Cassandra Clare The Swallow Charis Cotter

If you’re like Dobby the Free Elf, who values friendship and kindness above all:

dobby Rain Reign_Ann M Martin Nest Esther Ehrlich The Madman of Piney Woods_Christopher Paul Curtis The Secrets of Eastcliff-by-the-Sea Eileen Beha

If you’re like Viktor Krum, brushing up on what’s new in the (Muggle) sports world:

Viktor Krum The Contract Derek Jeter The Closer Mariano Rivera First Team Tim Green Fantasy League_Mike Lupica

If you’re like Neville Longbottom, who eventually found his place at Hogwarts:

Neville Longbottom Pennyroyal Academy_MA Larson House of Robots James Patterson El Deafo Cece Bell Life of Zarf_Rob Harrell

What’s on your fall reading list, and do you think a Hogwarts student in particular would enjoy it? Leave a comment below!

— Nancy

icon_nancyNancy now has made herself a list of 45 awesome books to read, but doesn’t have enough time to read them all. She needs a time turner and a quiet spot in a reading nook!

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3 Responses

  • kiddiemomo writes:
    February 24th, 2015 at 8:13 pm

    I’ve read ”Diary of a Wimpy Kid #9”,”House of Robots”, ”Dork Diaries”, and ”The Case of The Weird Blue Chicken”.

    • Nancy from Kidsmomo writes:
      February 24th, 2015 at 8:20 pm

      Good choices, you’re a little bit of Ron and a little bit of Neville! Did you have a favorite?

  • kiddiemomo writes:
    March 6th, 2015 at 6:51 pm

    I actually enjoyed “House of Robots” the best.

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