Who doesn’t love itty-bitty crocheted things?!
I mean they’re so adorable.
If I had any crocheting skills, these would be great gifts to make, ‘cept I can’t do this. (Because I don’t practice and I’m not terribly interested.)
Have any of you made any cool objects related to books before? If so what were they?
Apparently, this summer, J.K. Rowlings script of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Part I and II will be published as a book this summer!
“The publication won’t be a novel, as many fans had hoped, but will allow those who haven’t managed to get hold of tickets to the sold out, two-part production of the play, which opens on July 30.”
Click here to find out more. I definitely will be checking this out!
With the new movie adaption of the well-known book Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them by J.K. Rowling being talked about a lot, Harry Potter has once again hit the spotlight, even though it technically didn’t really leave.
But did you ever wonder what your reading habits were, based on the Hogwarts Houses? BookRiot compiled the habits based on houses and they are interesting to say the least.
I do believe that I fit into the Gryffindor category, but I have a little mixture of all the houses. How about you?
Do you know what your local post office may have in stock?
I mean, how cool is that? And they are so pretty too!
Click the link above then in the seal, click the ‘+’ and view them!
If not, you might like to know exactly how much time you will need to devote to plow through all the books. Of course, if you saw the movies it might be faster.
Well the good people over at Blinkbox Books (very worthwhile place to check out) have cleverly created an infographic to help you figure this out. HERE. Be aware there is some timed reading so don’t do this when you are really, really tired or you probably will get an incorrect result. Check it out and see what you think.
Frankly, this is disappointing.
Aren’t readers supposed to be more……well……thoughtful? Caring? Responsible?
And Harry Potter fans at that?
Really people! An owl is for life!
Let’s be thankful J K Rowling didn’t use snakes for mail!