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  1. I was quite taken about the funny and exciting-to-read Harry Potter discussion, that were sparked on the other threads now. So let´s have a thread about it! Talk about why you love it or why you hate it. What´s the best part, what´s the worst part and what a child (or a teen, or a adult!) could gain from it. And what else books are dear to you? What are you reading to your children and at what age? What do you let them read? In the Nym household, we keep to the classics, mostly. My oldest is going to be a First Grader in September. That´s our Children´s Book Style: Grimm´s fairy tales and similar fairy tales, Austrian Folk Tales and similar, Wilhelm Busch´s rhyming picture stories, Mira Lobe ("The little I-am-I"), Else Ury (Short Stories and Nesthäkchen), Paul Biegel ("Tulle Dwarfs"),... you get the picture :). Waldorf books like a Jahreszeitenbuch/the Year-around-book are also really great! Would you recommend Harry Potter for a under-10yrs-old? Valerie loves everything with witches, fairies, ghosts and all the like. We already started "That Lovely Mister Devil" from Christine Nöstlinger And both my girls adore Bibi Blockberg! Mr Nym says, although he isn´t a fan of Harry Potter character, he likes that it seems to create a quite positive image about Boarding Schools, so he is okay with us both reading the first book together with her, if she would like it.
  2. J K Rowling has decided to publish the script of Harry Potter play The Cursed Child as a book to be published on 31st of July this year. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/02/10/harry-potter-new-book-jk-rowling-play-cursed-child_n_9201640.html
  3. ! {TEXT1}: This conversation started in one of the Joshley Madison threads: viewtopic.php?f=87&t=26846&start=40#p1012531 Except the Malfoys ultimately chose their son over Voldemort. Voldemort is their Gothard, and they hate muggles and muggle-borns just as much as Gothardites hate teh gays and non-Christians. When the Malfoys were about to get everything they ever wanted - the downfall of Harry and Voldemort was on the brink of victory - Mrs. Malfoy was only concerned about the safety of her son. She was willing to throw everything away and risk death/torture for her son. These crap holes would never do that. And don't compare butt weasels to Ma and Pa Keller, that's mean to butt weasels
  4. Rescinded and Mended

    J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter 8 - Hoax

    http://www.breathecast.com/articles/har ... ing-12523/ Apparently, Rowling has decided to continue the series. Daniel Radcliffe even said he'd be up for playing the part of Harry in the films again. On the one hand, I'm happy about this, but on the other, the series ended in a pretty good place and I'm not sure another novel is needed.
  5. http://www.mugglenet.com/app/news/show/6988 She was approached about it this weekend and "confessed". Love how this coincides with Ruth's unveiling It is a crime novel called The Cuckoo's Calling and it's by "Robert Galbraith" (which supposedly means "famous stranger" but I haven't done any research to confirm that - don't doubt it though, she's clever like that). I just got a copy today which was apparently a good decision, as it was the last one in the store and the clerk said the rest had all sold earlier today, and people had been requesting it/putting it on hold. She was really confused until I explained, then freaked out, it was pretty hilarious I can't wait to read it! I enjoyed The Casual Vacancy, but it was a slow read. I hope this one has a bit of a better pace considering the genre.
  6. Not breaking CNN link http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/12/showbiz/m ... ?hpt=en_c1 JK Rowling is writing a script for Warner Bros. for a film based on FBAWTFT. Exciting definitely, but this: made my knees week. Please, oh please may JK Rowling write a screenplay for Bathilda Bagshot's A History of Magic. Or you know, maybe she could just go ahead and write that book itself.
  7. I don't get Snape. Well, I do, I just don't get the appeal. I think he's a brilliantly-written character, very well-rounded, and St. Alan does an awesome job of playing him in the movies. But I don't get why people like Snape as a person. Up until around the fifth book, I never once thought Snape was particularly awesome. I mean, shit, he was a giant asshole, possibly the biggest one in the series barring Voldemort. I did like him in OOTP whenever he and Umbridge were on the same page, but that's about it. I didn't really begin to like him until the later part of Deathly Hallows, when he stopped being such a douchnozzle. Then again, I didn't like him until he was dead and then the Prince's Tale... Anyway, I don't get the Snape fangirls. At all. He's not sexy (in the books, anyway, and it's not like St. Alan had to be prettyfied in order to play him- sort of the opposite, imo), he's a raging dickhead most of the series, and it seems to be because of a grudge he's holding against a guy who's been dead for about 16 years. I ran into the fangirls well before DH, books or movies, and fuuuuuuck were they annoying. What's the appeal?! I'd also like to know why Draco and Lucius Malfoy are supposed to be so appealing too- they're fucking Death Eaters, major assfaces as well, and it seems the only thing going for them is that they're both tired of being kicked around by Voldemort and are played by rather good-lucking actors.
  8. Maggie Mae

    Pottermore (Merged)

    I got into the early registration last night! Now I just have to wait and see if I'm one of the lucky ones picked for the Beta site. I'm so excited! I'm also hoping it's cool as it seems to be really marketed toward the under 13 crowd.
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