harry potter and philosopher stone

reblog with the last sentence you've read in a book

((hey you can reblog with a sentence in your language, if it’s not in english there’s no problem (: ))

mine was
“well, no one really knows until they get there, do they, but I know I’ll be in Slytherin, all our family have been - imagine being in Hufflepuff, I think I’d leave, wouldn’t you?”


My Hufflepuff edition of philosopher’s stone came today!! (You can find my Ravenclaw post here, which I just posted today!) It’s absolutely breath taking, I’m still smiling about it. It is the most beautiful book I have ever seen. It has all about Helga, common room, Sprout, famous Hufflepuffs, and all about the Hufflepuff house! I’m so in love with it! I highly recommend buying them! I’m from America, so I’m so hype about it saying philosopher instead of sorcerer. I bought mine, both Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff, from amazon. I don’t know how much longer these will be available for but I would definitely get them as soon as you can!

When she wrote these words in that little cafe in Edinburgh, JK Rowling could never have known how true they would become.

Celebrating 20 Years of Harry Potter with Illustrator @taryndraws

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Like millions of others around the world, Taryn Knight (@taryndraws) first discovered the magical world of Harry Potter when she was a young girl, and hasn’t stopped loving it since. “I just kept reading them over and over,” she says of author J.K. Rowling’s book series. “Something just clicked. I was immediately obsessed.”

It wasn’t until Taryn, a Colorado-based freelance illustrator, was older that her love for all things witchcraft and wizardry began to manifest itself in her drawings. “I didn’t do a lot of art when I was first reading the books,” she says. “But once I started drawing regularly, my passion for Harry Potter began to creep in.”

Taryn, a self-proclaimed Hufflepuff, is excited about the celebration surrounding #HarryPotter20, the 20-year anniversary of the UK release of the first book in the series, “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.” “It seems to be reigniting everyone’s love for the Potter world,” she says. “It feels a bit like that old familiar buzz of a new book release.”