The Tales of Beedle the Bard, by J.K. Rowling (13 March)

This book took me like seven minutes to read. Or maybe 30. Something like that. But it was cute, and if you like Harry Potter you might as well read it. šŸ™‚

Basically, this is a book of five short educational tales for small wizards. They touch on sympathy toward Muggles, except the idiot kind; solving your own problems; experiencing life to the fullest; and not trying to cheat death.

The fun part is that after each of these tales, Rowling includes “Albus Dumbledore’s” notes on each of the stories, explaining why they’re important to wizards and, in some cases, why wizards don’t like them. And it’s cute. And it’ll take you seven minutes to read. Or 30. Just do it.

Rating: 6/10
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