• Books and Literature One of the most famous wizarding books, a standard reference published in 1947 by Little Red Books. Read More
• Books and Literature Chadwick’s Charms was a series of seven textbooks about charms written by Chadwick Boot. They were standard texts at Ilvermorny. Read More
• Books and Literature Confronting the Faceless was the N.E.W.T.-level textbook for Defence Against the Dark Arts during Harry’s sixth year (HBP9). Read More
• Books and Literature Defensive Magical Theory was a guide which focused only on the theory of defensive magic, not on the actual practice. Its approach seemed to be that a good defense consists of not fighting back and trying to talk about it instead. Read More
• Books and Literature Dream Oracle was a guide to dream interpretation, which included a dictionary of symbols and their meanings. Read More
• Books and Literature Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander was a standard reference work devoted to the amazing variety of magical creatures of the world. The book was originally commissioned in 1918 and published in 1927 by Obscurus Books, and has been updated constantly ever since. Read More
• Books and Literature Gadding with Ghouls was a book by Gilderoy Lockhart containing thrilling autobiographical accounts of adventures dealing with various exotic and dangerous beasts, none of which, as it turns out, actually involved the author. Read More
• Books and Literature Intermediate Transfiguration was the required textbook for Transfiguration for third, fourth, and fifth year students at Hogwarts (PA4). (We know that Harry had to buy a copy for third-year Transfiguration but did not need a new Transfiguration textbook in his fourth or fifth year, so we deduce that the… Read More
• Books and Literature Magical Theory was a magical reference book by noted magical theoretician Adalbert Waffling and a required textbook for first-years, possibly for Charms (PS5). Read More
• Books and Literature Quintessence: A Quest was a book on Charms assigned to sixth-year Charms students at Hogwarts (HBP15). Read More
• Books and Literature The Standard Book of Spells is a multi-volume reference work used as a textbook at Hogwarts. The series is divided into “Grades,” with each successive grade containing more difficult and complex spells. The series was written by Miranda Goshawk in the 1900s, probably based on the seminal work The Book… Read More