Wizarding World Book Club launches on Pottermore

The book club will have its own destination on Pottermore.com, where membership is free with registration. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to re-read J.K. Week 4: Education: Is rebellion a good or bad thing at Hogwarts? Week 5: Friendship: Which friend has shown Harry the most loyalty so far? Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,   for those of us in the U.S.), as June marks the 20th anniversary of the book’s publication in the U.K. What first makes Harry believe he is a wizard? Week 3: First Impressions: What are Harry and Draco’s similarities? Who learns the most from the troll in the dungeon incident? Learn more about the   Wizarding World Book Club in the video below. Why are the Dursleys so afraid of magic? ET beginning June 23. Fittingly, the discussions will begin with   Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone   (a.k.a. Show Full Article Readers who want to engage in weekly Twitter discussions can follow along with the Wizarding World Book Club account each Friday at 11 p.m. Week 2:   Magic and the Muggle World: Is the wizarding world as well-hidden as it likes to believe? Rowling’s Harry Potter series, this might be it: Pottermore’s Wizarding World Book Club, which the site   announced last month, has finally launched. RELATED: Here’s how much the magical Harry Potter franchise is worth

The discussion themes for the first five weeks are:
Week 1:   Welcome to the Wizarding World Book Club:   How did you discover the Harry Potter stories? The remaining six books will be discussed in order, and Pottermore, according to a release, will curate content on the site for each book. Do you agree with   Hermione’s belief that friendship and bravery are more important than books and cleverness?