This one’s for the hardcore Potter-ites, the ones who know that encyclopedic knowledge means something in nerd culture, the ones who may or may not judge people’s friendship potential based on the number of times they’ve read the books, the ones who can remember obscure facts like the name of the Hogwarts caretaker before Argus Filch (it’s Apollyon Pringle, in case you were wondering).
If you don’t want to risk embarrassment in your next round of Harry Potter trivia, or you just want to impress house-guests with the expanse of your mastery of and enthusiasm for the Harry Potter universe by casually resting these books on your coffee table, read on.
Because if you really want to have a cultured Harry Potter collection, you need several additions:
The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook by Dinah Bucholz
Harry Potter Movie Books
The Harry Potter Coloring Books by Scholastic
…And it certainly delivered. This collection of four books — the Harry Potter Coloring Book, Harry Potter Magical Places and Characters Coloring Book, Harry Potter Magical Artifacts Coloring Book, and Harry Potter Magical Creatures Coloring Book, will satiate every artistic palate (no pun intended).
The Unofficial Guide To Crafting the World of Harry Potter by Jamie Harrington
If you, too, have longed to cast a spell over your ordinary surroundings, to turn your home into the Great Hall, your patio into the Forbidden Forest, and your bedroom into a house common room, buy this book and let that creative pumpkin juice flow.
Harry Potter: The Character Vault by Jody Revenson
It’s privileged information only granted to a chosen few. With this collection of books displayed proudly in your home, you’ll find your friends can’t help but defer to your judgment on all things Potter.