Well this is exciting
Did you know that Harry Potter readers are nicer? Yep, that's right - the Potterheads among you will be happy to know that according to research in a paper called The Greatest Magic Of Harry Potter: Reducing Prejudice, people who have read the series are actually nicer than those who haven’t.
So what better reason do we need to celebrate the fact that there will be three more Harry Potter books coming to us in time for Christmas.
For anyone who has missed the wizarding world and all that's in it, the new books will reignite your love for all things magical.
The latest books to honour the series come from Insight Editions, and while they weren't written by J.K Rowling herself, they are epic imaginings of the original books which come complete with pop-up illustrations.
From October 23rd you can get your hands on Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts by Matthew Reinhart, which features all your favourite wizarding world locations, from the Hogwarts hot spots to the Forbidden Forest.
The second book, which will be available from mid-November, is Harry Potter: Creatures: A Paper Scene Book and focuses on all the amazing creatures from the franchise. It's also out in time for the next instalment of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, so that's pretty handy.
Lastly, there's Harry Potter: Imagining Hogwarts: A Beginner's Guide to Moviemaking by Bryan Michael Stoller which will go on sale October 30th. It shows fans how to storyboard a movie and create the amazing costumes.
The set is a little on the costly side, totalling around £96 for all three. BUT you must admit - they do look pretty cool.
With Christmas just around the corner, we're suggesting you just leave this page open on your loved ones devices...
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