Harry Potter and the Re/Read of The Supplemental Reading List

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Harry Potter and the Re/Read of The Supplemental Reading List

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1leahbird
Editado: Ago 13, 2014, 2:18pm

Harry Potter and the Supplemental Reading List ;) So, here we can discuss Quidditch Through the Ages, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and The Tales of Beedle the Bard.

Welcome to our group re/read of the Harry Potter series for 2014! There aren't any hard guidelines as to when you should read or what format you should use, we're just happily revisiting (or enjoying for the first time) this wonderful series of books together!

I'm hoping that we'll not only share that we ARE reading, but will celebrate the moments that we love and have a lively discussion of what makes these books mean so much to us!

That said, I would like to see some information when everyone posts, so please use this form when starting your posts:

Format: (book, ebook, audio/ US version, UK version)
Chapter: (mentioning the chapter you are currently discussing will help us keep up with each other and let new readers avoid spoilers!)

example:

Format: Audio/UK
Chapter: 2, The Vanishing Glass


Threads for all the books:

The Sorcerer's Stone
The Chamber of Secrets
The Prisoner of Azkaban
The Goblet of Fire
The Order of the Phoenix
The Half-Blood Prince
The Deathly Hallows
The Supplemental Reading List

Otherwise, LET THE FUN BEGIN! Invite your friends!

2leahbird
Ago 13, 2014, 2:21pm

Thanks to Nora for reminding me that we should include these in our rereading!

3norabelle414
Ago 13, 2014, 3:01pm

Thanks to you for making the connection.

4norabelle414
Ago 13, 2014, 3:15pm

Book: Quidditch Through the Ages
Format: US paperback
Chapter 6: Changes in Quidditch Since the Fourteenth Century


The wait between the publication of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix was the longest of them all, and I remember how interminable it felt. The publication of the two "schoolbooks" was such a respite. They're so clever and light and provide much-needed comic relief (pun fully intended) right when the series transitions into something much darker.

I'm reading QTtA first due to it being my least favorite of the two. Because, you know, sports. But J.K. Rowling can make even sports seem interesting and magical.