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5 Harry Potter companion books you NEED to check out

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Emmy Griffiths
TV & Film Editor
November 17, 2016
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Newt Scamander's Journal

Note down your own magical creations with Newt's very own leather bound and battered notepad (which we all know which eventually becomes a textbook used by Hogwarts students). 


Harry Potter Magical Places and Characters Colouring book

Adult colouring books are very therapeutic; they're relaxing and allow you to meditate while concentrating enough to stay within the lines. 

But with the Harry Potter colouring books, your daydreams while colouring in can be all about Hogwarts, Diagon Alley and Professor Dumbledore – just be careful they don't turn into nightmares while colouring in those Death Eater masks!


Quidditch Through the Ages

When JK Rowling released the Fantastic Beasts textbook back in 2001, she also released Harry Potter's go-to Quidditch guide, which tells fans all about the history of wizardkind's most exciting sport (seriously, who cares about Gobstones). 

Just think, maybe one day we'll see a five film franchise based on the life of the book's fictional author, Kennilworthy Whisp….


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay

If you're not going to be able to see the film for a while, you just need every instalment of the Harry Potter universe on your shelf OR you want to act it out with your friends for YouTube stardom, the screenplay of the upcoming film is such a rare treat you'd better keep your nifflers well away!

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The new film from the magical world of JK Rowling, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, is finally out in cinemas today! 

While waiting to head to see new hero Newt Scamander's adventures on the big screen, here are some brilliant Harry Potter companion novels to keep you entertained – accio reading lamp!