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CC #392: Week of August 31, 2014

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In this week's caption contest, Ron and Hermione seek a weapon powerful enough to destroy a Horcrux, and they find one inside the Chamber of Secrets. Check out all of our winning captions here! Read More »

Becoming Hermione Granger: Taking the fall #MNBHP

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If you complete this challenge, you won’t be a Muggle anymore. If you don't, maybe you're more like the Dursleys than you think... Read More »

CC #390: Week of June 29, 2014

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In this week's caption contest, Ron and Hermione find themselves at the entrance to the Chamber of Secrets. It has been five years since the Chamber was last opened. What will they find within? Read the winning captions now! Read More »

Becoming Harry Potter: Gathering Your Trio

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“Anyone sitting there?” he [Ron] asked, pointing at the seat opposite Harry. “Everywhere else is full.” –SS/PS “But from that moment on, Hermione Granger became their friend. There are some things you can’t share without ending up liking each other, and knocking out a twelve-foot mountain troll is one of them.” –SS/PS Friendships may begin by accident but they are fueled on purpose. Ron and Harry happened to sit in the same car on their first trip to Hogwarts. Harry could have just as easily wound up in Draco’s car. Does that mean they would have been friends? Only if Harry chose to be Draco’s friend, which he is given the opportunity to and refuses. Why? Because he sees the character of Draco and, owing much to his own character, chooses Ron. Together Harry and Ron chose Hermione. Not for her wits or intellect, but because she stood by them in the fight with the troll and took the fall when it wasn’t her fault. Circumstances brought the trio together, their choices kept them together. Neither Harry, Ron, nor Hermione were without their faults but they each found in the others something worth investing in. Harry’s selflessness. Hermione’s unwavering bravery. ... Read More »

Becoming Hermione Granger: Brave and Intelligent

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“Are you sure that’s a real spell?… Well, it’s not very good is it? I’ve tried a few simple spells just for practice and it’s all worked for me. Nobody in my family’s magic at all, it was ever such a surprise when I got my letter, but I was ever so pleased, of course, I mean, it’s the very best school of witchcraft there is, I’ve heard—I’ve learned all our course books by heart, of course, I just hope it will be enough—I’m Hermione Granger, by the way, who are you?” –SS/PS That’s our Hermione. Determined, brilliant, and overbearing. But underneath all of that is unwavering bravery. “…I hope I’m in Gryffindor, it sounds by far the best…” –SS/PS Hermione admits years later that the Sorting Hat thought of putting her in Ravenclaw, but her mind had been set before she stepped onto the Hogwarts Express. She was going to be a Gryffindor—Brave and intelligent. Hermione Granger can beat out any Ravenclaw in a test of wits (she’s the top of their class) and she is one of the bravest Gryffindors in history. She sent her family to safety in DHs and stayed by Harry’s side until the very ... Read More »

OWLs begin next week, and participants are eligible to win an awesome prize package!

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The MuggleNet OWLs, the ultimate test of your "Harry Potter" and magical knowledge, begin June 16! We've got all twelve exams ready for you to take, and what's more, this year one test-taker will receive a fabulous prize package courtesy of the Hogsmeade Station Gift Shop! Read More »

Bertie Botts

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Dear Hermione Granger, First of all,I would like to tell you thank you for helping the house elves I would like to also like to ask you does your parents being dentists affect your consumption of Bertie Botts Every Flavored Beans? Have your kids taken a liking to any particular candy? Do your kids look more like you or Ron? Do they get along with their cousins (James,Lily,and Albus)? Do you enjoy your job? Do you and Ron sometimes get to work together? Last but not least, what was your and Ron's wedding like?!?!? Read More »

Beauxbatons Academy of Magic

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Dear Hermione Granger, Books are my best friends except two muggles that I went to school with. Now I just transferred from Beauxbatons Academy of Magic to Hogwarts in my second year and I get picked on for being the smartest in my year and having no friends that sit with me in the great hall. A little help please? Read More »

Rose Patronus

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Dear Hermione Granger, I've always marveled at how well you stayed on top of your school work every day! I would really love some advise on how to study and learn as well as you do. For years I've always fell behind and didn't understand what the teachers were talking about! Naturally I asked for help but still didn't understand, again I will really appreciate some studying techniques. Hope to hear back from the best school girl ever! Read More »

Second Year Hufflepuff

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Dear Hermione Granger, I am a second-year student from Hufflepuff. Like you, I am a very keen learner and I am one of the best students in the grade. However, I am often teased or made fun of for my diligence. What should I do? Thank you very much and I hope you will give me some advice. Read More »

Confused Muggleborn

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Dear Hermione Granger, Hello! I'm a muggle born, and I just recently got my letter to go to Hogwarts! I'm so excited! Anyway, my mum is really nervous about how we are going to get the supplies I need. Nobody knows where it is, except for witches and wizards, and I don't know any yet! I thought you would be the best one to tell me where the Leaky Cauldron is in London, and how to get there in a non-magical way, since you are a muggle born too. How did you find out where it is? Read More »

Fifth Year at Hogwarts

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Dear Hermione Granger, I am currently a fifth year in Hogwarts, and I am absolutely dying of all the work. How did you manage to study all the subjects, because you got 12 owls, right? I am enrolled in 11 subjects as well, and I simply can't catch up. And, my friends are saying I'm not paying attention. What should I do? Read More »

Hermione Weasley

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Dear Hermione Granger, I was wondering why didn't you take your husband’s last name? Is there something wrong with being Hermione Weasley? Also what ever became of your sister in law Ginny (other than being Harry's wife) does she have a job too? Read More »

Head of Magical Law

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Dear Miss Granger, First of all, huge fan. Just wanted to get that out of the way. You inspire me greatly. Anyway, this is about your career after Hogwarts. Considering your role as both a Muggleborn and, to a greater extent, a woman, what influence have both of those things had on your work as Head of Magical Law? And also, just as an extra tidbit, how is it being Head of Magical Law and raising two kids? And being married to an Auror? I'm at the point in my life where I feel I'm stuck in transition, and I just wanted to get a good idea of how you handle it all. I figure if you can, then so can I. Read More »

Seventh Year at Hogwarts

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Dear Hermione Granger, I read somewhere that after Voldemort was defeated you went and finished your seventh year at Hogwarts. Is this true? If so, why did you feel it was necessary? I'm sure you were beyond anymore formal schooling given the year you had! Read More »

Hogwarts A History

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Dear Miss Granger, I was wondering what else is in "Hogwarts: A History"? Read More »

Confused Wizard

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Dear Hermione Granger, How may a young wizard who is shy approach a witch he fancies? Are there certain steps or instructions you may know of that work? I ask you, and not your husband, Mr. Weasley, since you yourself stated that he has "...the emotional range of a teaspoon...". Read More »

Studious Gryffindor Student

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Dear Hermione, I was sorted into Gryffindor not too long ago, and I've been made fun of by my fellow housemates for my study habits. I tend to answer every question asked in class and spend most of my time in the library. Although my marks are stellar, I'm feeling quite dejected and intellectually isolated. Snickers follow me in every class. I feel as though my peers don't understand me at all. What should I do? Read More »

Harmony Shipper

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Dear Hermione Granger, Why did you choose Ron instead of Harry? "The greatest wizard deserves the brightest witch.." Read More »

Lost Vagabond

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Dear Hermione Granger, I've noticed that there are two types of students. The ones that are naturally smart and the ones that have to work hard to do well. I am the type that has to work hard yet I still have trouble in school. I always get A-'s yet i get called things like bookworm and overachiever all the time. how can I become a better student? What can I do differently to achieve the best I can be? Also what is your advice on how to find yourself? Sometimes I feel like I am being someone else. I don't know who I really am and what I want to accomplish. Help?!?! Read More »