Raven Husher, returned home from school with his sister Alice, meets an unlikely visitor: Headmistress McGonagall. She isn’t here with good news.
Today’s table tennis match is expected to be a fierce fight to the final, with the winner going home with glory and the Galleon medal.
Every “Potter” fan loves a good read, so it’s time for some House recommendations! If you’re courageous, chivalrous, and daring, it’s time to head to the library!
Which is more nerve-racking: running a trolley into a barrier or defeating Voldy? Apparently, to our Mr. Potter, it’s the trolley bit! Here’s a comparative study of Harry’s emotions using corpus stylistics!
After J.K. Rowling’s recent tweets using Snape and Dumbledore to defend her stance on the Israeli cultural boycott conflict, the question remains: Is it appropriate to use fiction to deal with harsh realities, and why?
If you’re familiar with MuggleNet’s book review blog, you will know that we often recommend literature outside of the “Harry Potter” series. Reading frequently and critically is a great way to expand the mind, nurture the imagination, or escape the humdrum of everyday life. The act of reading a book for the first time can even be a bit like falling in love, and it is with this in mind that we are proud to introduce CharacTour, an online matchmaking website pairing you, the user, with fictional characters.