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After fictional books, destinations, animals, monsters, and beverages, it’s time for drugs and substances that we can find in the world of fiction.

You’ll find them in a new infographic put together by a law company Jim Adler & Associates.

Yes, fictional drugs from books are included, naming only Harry Potter, and The Hunger Games.

This infographic explores the treacherous nature of some of these drugs and substances, with consequences ranging from reckless arrogance to utter destruction of the brain.

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Formerly a graphic designer and bookbinder, Cecilia Levy, is now an independent artist who experiments with three-dimensional paper objects.

Levy has found a wonderful way to repurpose old and damaged books. The artist transforms them into beautiful 3D objects, such as cups and bowls.

I use books from the beginning of the last century. Take them apart, shred or cut the pages into small pieces, and paste them together again. The pages are reassembled into new objects. Eggshell thin, yet remarkably steady. The story lives on, but in a different shape.

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Tell-A-Tale has published an infographic that puts together most important facts about reading.

It’s is never too late in life to pick up a book. For all you know, it might even save your life. Don’t believe us? Read on.

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The book is not an escape from life but a shortcut to a better one #book #quote

A growing selection of book quotes that are being created by our team of book lovers.

Who doesn’t know the wonderful, extremely popular book quotes from J.K. Rowling, Neil Gaiman, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Oscar Wilde, or Toni Morrison?

Do you want more? There are thousands of other quotes about books, libraries, and reading on Goodreads.

Still hungry? Below you’ll find the quotes that are not available anywhere else.

All the quotes have been coined by our team members. We are constantly inventing new ideas, so you can be sure we’ll add the best ones to the list.

On more thing, if you want book quotes to be present in your real life, not only on a computer screen. Here are the sites that offer high-quality designs on a large selection of items, including posters, mugs, clothes, or tablet cases.

Best quotes about books – recommended sites

Etsy – it’s the top destination for anyone who wants to express the love for books. The largest marketplace with hand-crafted goods offers thousands of literary quotes – on posters, jewelry, personal items, electronic accessories, and clothes.

Redbubble – a marketplace for custom-designed items, including prints, stationery, cases & covers, or t-shirts. Opposite to other sites, such as CafePress, the quality of artwork is very high.

Zazzle – the site offers a huge variety of merchandise, from clothing, to home decor, to personal accessories. What’s more, users can upload their own image and create their own design.

Amazon Handmade – if you don’t want to sign up to other online stores, you can start exploring Amazon’s own section with hand-crafted items. It’s quickly growing, and you’ll find here posters, home decor, and stationery – also with book quotes.

Do you have a thought about books or reading that you’re particularly proud about? Make sure to share it in the comments below, together with a link to your blog or social media profile.

We are planning to create a list of book quotes from our readers. Stay tuned!

25 newly coined quotes about books, libraries, and reading

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I see a book, I see a coffee, I see a good day ahead #book #quote

I see a book, I see a coffee, I see a good day ahead.

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If you think you know everything, you clearly haven’t been to a library for a long time.

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Reading a book doesn’t have to make you better, but it will make you feel better.

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When you want to focus, start reading a book. And when you’ll read a good book, you won’t be able to focus on anything else.

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If a book is like a closest friend, then I can’t remember all my closest friends.

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We have to change books, if we want books to change us #book #quote

We have to change books, if we want books to change us.

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The opening line of a book is the end of who you have been so far.

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Even a good book might be too long and too boring – just as your life without good books.

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If you can’t read the entire book, read the page. If you can’t read entire page, read a sentence. If you can’t read entire sentence, read a word. Read.

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Read an be better. Don't read and just be #book #quote

Read and be better. Don’t read and just be.

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Sometimes between the lines of a book you can find the meaning of your entire life.

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Start reading books and you will stop complaining about your life. Or the other way round.

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The book is a login to an exciting world, no password required.

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There is no chance you’ll read all books in the world, but there is a chance the one you read is the right one.

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There are two kinds of people: those who say they read books, and those who don’t say anything because they read books.

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The best place to make New Year resolutions is the nearest library.

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My brain is proudly powered by books #book #quote

My brain is proudly powered by books.

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Stop reading books and your brain will start behaving like 404 error page.

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Don’t think too much before you reach for a book. Think while you’re reading it.

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A time spent with a book is lost only when you spend it on something else than reading.

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You can always start reading a book tomorrow, but make sure to finish one today.

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In subway, you can watch someone read a book, or you can be someone reading a book.

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To choose between print books and ebooks is like to choose between tea and coffee.

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When you have problems, start reading. There’s nothing as calming as learning about problems of the others.

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The book is not an escape from life but a shortcut to a better one #book #quote

The book is not an escape from life, but a shortcut to a better one.

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Thougt-provoking quotes from literature - full infographic - Randle McMurphy

If you are never enough of quotes about or from books, make sure to check out the new infographic created by Readers, a website dedicated to books and reading.

We looked at classic books to find some of the most beloved characters and their thought-provoking quotes that will live forever in print and in our hearts.

You’ll find here thoughts expressed by your favorite book characters. Helen Burns (Jane Eyre), Robert Jordan (For Whom the Bell Tolls), or Jean Louise “Scout” Finch (To Kill a Mockingbird) are among them.

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Best Harry Potter gifts and accessories - full size

If you want to keep the Harry Potter magic in your real life – here are the best gifts inspired by J.K. Rowling’s famous series.

Like no other book series, Harry Potter makes fans feel the need to make the wizardry work in the daily life.

While some of the spells might not work, there is still a chance to maintain a connection with Hogwarts. An object, a thing, a picture that’s around all the time.

A pendant? A bookmark? Or maybe a vintage notebook? What about a set of posters?

Obviously, the first place Harry Potter fans visit is Pottermore. In the shop section, you can buy ebooks and audiobooks, but you won’t find here official Harry Potter merchandise.

Harry Potter Shop offers official gifts and accessories operated under a license from Warner Bros. On Zazzle, the official Harry Potter shop offers almost 25 thousand items.

On the web, there are thousands of other products every Harry Potter would love to own. This list put together the most brilliant items: jewelry, posters and wall art, scented candles, clothing, and more.

Harry Potter gifts – recommended sites

Etsy – a biggest online store with handmade goods. The selection of offered items is impressive, so Etsy is a must-see destination, especially if you want to gift something unique in style. You’ll find here Harry Potter themed jewelry, personal items, posters, clothes, and stationery.

Zazzle – the site offers a huge variety of merchandise, from clothing, to home decor, to personal accessories. Users can upload their own image, or pick up one of the thousands of available designs.

Redbubble – a marketplace for custom designed items, including prints, stationery, cases & covers, or t-shirts. Opposite to other sites, such as CafePress, the quality of the artwork is much higher.

Amazon Handmade – if you are an Amazon customer, you should check out this section with hand-crafted items. You’ll find here jewelry, home decor, kitchen & dining, furniture, stationery, among other categories.

If there is any Harry Potter themed product, you’d like to share with our readers, feel free to add it in the comments section. Thanks!

27 magical Harry Potter gifts for wizards and muggles

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Harry Potter Book Locket

Harry Potter Book Locket. A perfect gift idea for every Harry Potter fan. This beautiful hand-crafted locket looks like a miniature Harry Potter book.

Inside, there are two photo compartments. The locket comes with an antique brass chain. ⇢ Etsy – $17.

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Harry Potter Gryffindor Arm Party Bracelet Set

Harry Potter Gryffindor Arm Party Bracelet Set. This Gryffindor-themed bracelet set includes five elements, and comes in ones size that fits most needs. ⇢ Amazon – $13.99.

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Harry Potter Pet ID Tag

Harry Potter Pet ID Tag. What about a piece of jewelry for your pet? This metal tag features the hand-stamped text: “I love to snuggle my muggle.” ⇢ Etsy – $12.50.

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Minimalist Harry Potter Posters. These brilliant posters, inspired by characters from Harry Potter books, were designed by Two Fish Project, and will bring the smile to kids of all ages.

Nine posters are available, including Hagrid, Slytherin, and Hufflepuff. You can choose from three sizes, from 5 × 7 to 11 × 14 inches. ⇢ Etsy – from $7.50.

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Harry Potter Hogwarts Leather Journal

Harry Potter Hogwarts Leather Journal. Keep your ideas and your favorite quotes from Harry Potter books in this gorgeous leather wrap journal hand-crafted by Curtis Matsko.

This particular design features Hogwarts Crest, but you can also get a Gryffindor Crest. Available in three sizes. ⇢ Etsy – $24.

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Harry Potter Marauder's Map Messenger Bag

Harry Potter Marauder’s Map Messenger Bag. A popular design of the Marauder’s Map is available on plenty of items, and this woman sized messenger bag looks especially attractive.

The bag is made of durable Oxford fabric, and closes with a zipper. ⇢ Amazon – $40.99.

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Harry Potter Bookmark in Quidditch Uniform

Harry Potter Bookmark in Quidditch Uniform. This cute bookmark will be a great companion for every book. “Just imagine cute little legs sticking from your book! And get ready that your book will appear in the center of everyone’s attention!” ⇢ Amazon – $25.

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Pott Head - Harry Potter Fan T-shirt

Pott Head – Harry Potter Fan T-shirt. This simple artwork, inspired by the design of Harry Potter books, can be placed on 17 different t-shirt styles, including v-neck, classic, and women’s relaxed fit.

Five colors to choose from, in sizes from XS to XL. ⇢ Redbubble – $26.

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Harry Potter Gryffindor Junior T-shirt

Harry Potter Gryffindor Juniors Red T-shirt. This officially licensed t-shirt features a Gryffindor Crest. It’s made from 100% cotton and is available in 2 women’s juniors sizes: M and XL. ⇢ Amazon – $20.99.

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Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Necklace

Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Necklace. The Deathly Hallows sign was hand-crafted from copper into a beautiful necklace.

“This heavy gauge copper wire is handformed by me using jewellers tools, my fingers and immagination – no templates or stamps.” ⇢ Etsy – $29.

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Harry Potter Lego Ron Weasley Keychain

Harry Potter Lego Ron Weasley Keychain. A perfect gift for a Harry Potter or Lego fan. This keychain figure is made in a shape of a Lego character and resembles Ron Weasley in Hogwarts uniform.

The Brick Cave shop offers also Lego keychain figures of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger. ⇢ Etsy – $18.

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Harry Potter Butterbeer Bottle Necklace

Harry Potter Butterbeer Bottle Necklace. Inspired by the Harry Potter books and movies, this necklace looks like a miniature bottle of Butterbeer. The content is non-toxic, but it’s not meant to be consumed. Just in case the cork has been glued to the bottle.

The Butterbeer bottle can be used as a necklace, bookmark, or keyring. All elements come in one package. ⇢ Etsy – $12.

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Harry Potter cupcake toppers

Harry Potter Cupcake Toppers. A must-have accessory for every Harry Potter themed party. This colorful set of cupcake toppers includes 12 different designs. Five of them feature Harry Potter himself.

Each emblem measures 1.2 × 2.5 inches. The lollipop stick is 4-inch tall. You can also order other party items, such as straws or favor tags. ⇢ Etsy – $12.

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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone poster

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Pop Art Poster. This poster, designed by Sparkle Nest, highlights the essential elements of the first Harry Potter novel.

The series includes posters for all Harry Potter books. The posters are available in a few sizes, from 5 × 7 to 13 × 19 inches. ⇢ Etsy – from $15.

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Harry Potter Happiness Quote Wall Decal Vinyl Sticker

Harry Potter Happiness Quote Wall Decal Vinyl Sticker. You can have the famous quote by Albus Dumbledore placed on a wall. This vinyl wall decal can be applied on most flat surfaces, and comes in four sizes. ⇢ Amazon – $14.99.

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Harry Potter Quote iPhone Case

Harry Potter Quote iPhone Case. This typographical design features the quote: “Just because you’re allowed to use magic now does not mean you have to whip your wands out for everything!”

You can get it on the iPhone case (6S/ 6S Plus, among others). There are also cases for Samsung Galaxy phones. ⇢ Zazzle – $37.

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Harry Potter "Book of Spells" Kindle Case

Harry Potter “Book of Spells” Kindle Case. Inspired by Harry Potter books, this classic book-style case was hand-crafted by Klever Case.

The “Book of Spells” case fits Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, and most other 6-inch e-readers. ⇢ Amazon – $35.

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Harry Potter Wooden Jewelry Box

Harry Potter Wooden Jewelry Box. This wooden box is hand-carved from wood. It’s covered by a transparent varnish, to protect it against moisture. The inside is covered with fragrant wax.

You can choose from 5 engraving options: Hogwarts school emblem, or one of the faculties: Ravenclaw, Slytherin, Hufflepuff and Gryffindor. ⇢ Etsy – $10.30.

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Harry Potter Bubble Bath Set

Harry Potter Bubble Bath Set. This set of bubble baths was developed by Tea Soap Books. The scents are inspired by spells, potions, and drinks from Harry Potter books.

There are five variants, each one can be also bought separately: Amortentia, Polyjuice Potion, Lumos, Pumpkin Juice, and Butterbeer. Each bottle comes with 8 oz of bubble bath. ⇢ Etsy – $45.

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Harry Potter Potion Decorations

Harry Potter Potion Decorations. Little magic bottles inspired by Harry Potter potions. They come in a variety of sizes and colors, and would be a perfect Christmas tree ornament.

Among the available potions, there are Veritaserum, Polyjuice Potion, and Gillyweed. You can order the bottles with either the ribbons or metal hooks. ⇢ Etsy – $16.50.

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Harry Potter Scented Candle - Mrs Weasleys Cookies

Harry Potter Scented Candle. This scented candle from Pret A Geek is inspired by Mrs. Weasley’s Super Secret Ginger Biscuit recipe. It will transport you the family comforts and warmth of the Weasley’s Burrow.

“Deliciously lingering mix of gingerbread and spice with a heavily scented sugary sweet base.” ⇢ Etsy – $13.

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Harry Potter Quote Tealight

Harry Potter Quote Tealight. Remember a quote from Professor Dumbledore: “Happiness can be found even in the darkest of places if one only remembers to turn on the light”? Now you can have it on a stylish tealight from Wizard Crafts Online.

This glass tealight comes equipped with a brown rustic rope handle. The writing itself is in black. ⇢ Etsy – $12.

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Harry Potter Buttery Beer Scented Candle

Harry Potter Buttery Beer Scented Candle. Form & Flux offers a series of gorgeous scented candles inspired by literature. Buttery Beer is one of the nicest ones. It offers aromas of fluffy vanilla ice cream, sticky butterscotch, and a hint of cinnamon fizz.

“Buttery Beer candle will make your room smell exactly like The Leaky Cauldron.” ⇢ Etsy – $17.

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Harry Potter Espresso Patronum Coffee Mug

Harry Potter Espresso Patronum Coffee Mug. A paraphrase of “Expecto Patronum”, a famous spell from Harry Potter &and The Prisoner of Azakaban, is perfect for a coffee mug.

The mug is 11 ounces and has a glossy finish. It’s dishwasher and microwave safe. ⇢ Amazon – $12.99.

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Harry Potter pillow cover

Harry Potter Pillow Cover. If you want to keep the Harry Potter magic day and night. This bright pillow cover from Anders Attic features the iconic glasses and a lightning bolt.

The pillow cover measures 16 × 16 inches. You can buy it with or without the insert. ⇢ Etsy – from $20.

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Harry Potter Wizard Comic Throw Pillow

Harry Potter Wizard Comic Throw Pillow. The design looks like the front cover of an imaginary Harry Potter comic.

You can have it on a throw pillow and over 30 other items: clothes, iPad & iPhone cases, home decor, bags, and stationery. ⇢ Redbubble – $18.99.

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Harry Potter Magic Wand

Harry Potter Magic Wand. The wand measures 14 inches (34 cm) and is equipped with a bright LED light. The collector box also contains a free tattoo.

The Harry Potter Macic Wand is available in two variants: Hermione Granger, and Dumbledore. ⇢ Amazon – $11.50.

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BooksActually, an independent bookstore from Singapore, has set gorgeous book vending machines in the city. One of them is located at the National Museum of Singapore, the other one can be found at the Singapore Visitor Centre.

A single machine offers 20-22 titles. The selection of books will be changed every four to six weeks.

Keny Leck from BooksActually says:

There are not enough bookstores in Singapore, so we’ve previously also distributed (our books) to places such as (retail stores) Cat Socrates and Naiise’s pop-up stores. You have a different sort of demographic in these places.

The project was inspired by “Penguincubator,” a vending machine rolled out by Penguin Books in London in the 1930s.

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Read 100 books a year - read several books simultaneously

Keep in mind these simple tips, and you’ll be able to read a lot more books than you think you would.

For many people, the goal to read 52 books per year seems to be a big challenge.

Before having time to finish the chapter of the book (the same you were at two weeks ago), there is always one more meeting, one more mail, and one more phone call to an important client.

When you finally get back home, you’re tired so much, you fall asleep after reading one or two pages.

Obviously, you can always pick up short books to read, but are there any other ways to encourage the mind to read – and finish – several books a month?

Darius Foroux, the founder of Procrastinate Zero and the author of Massive Life Success, wrote an insightful article on Medium, where he shares tips on how to read 100 books a year.

I fully agree with Always Be Reading. Using every opportunity to reach for a book, at any time and place, is the most effective way to devote to reading a lot of time during a day.

You can read on the train or in a taxi, when you are waiting for a bus or in doctor’s office. Five minutes here, fifteen minutes there, and it may turn out you can read no less than an hour a day.

If you read 10 hours a week, you’ll read 26,000 pages a year. Let’s say the average book you read is 250 pages: In this scenario, you’ll read 104 books in a year.

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Best Harry Potter infographics and charts

Here are Harry Potter infographics and charts both wizards and muggles will be amazed to explore.

Being a Harry Potter fan means you can recite by heart the names of most characters, or describe in detail what happened in a specific chapter in a specific book from the series.

But are you sure you know absolutely everything about Hogwarts? This list of visuals will let you quickly check this out.

From all over the web we’ve collected the most magical visuals describing the world of Harry Potter.

You’ll find here the infographics with lots of facts and numbers about books and movies – but not only.

Fun charts that refer to sometimes very specific topics are also included. You have to check out the visual that collects all the magical objects from the Harry Potter books. Or the beginner’s guide to Harry Potter wand motions. Or a history of Hogwarts house points.

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17 best Harry Potter infographics and charts

1. The battle of Hogwarts

Harry Potter and the battle of Hogwarts #infographic

From Pottermore comes a fascinating timeline of the most thrilling of all battles.

“During this fight to end all fights we witnessed the deaths of beloved characters, a long-overdue first kiss, courage in the face of evil and a spectacular final act that no one will ever forget.”

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2. The SummHarry

The SummHarry - the entire plot of Harry Potter summarized in one chart

The SummHarry was designed by a comic artist, designer, and book author Lucy Knisley.

This extraordinary chart will guide you through the plot of the entire Harry Potter saga.

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3. A visual summary of Harry Potter stories

A visual summary of Harry Potter stories #infographic

If you need a bit more info about each book, you can follow the visual guide that summarizes the first seven films.

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4. Top magical Harry Potter objects

Magical objects of the Harry Potter world #chart

Awesome designers from Pop Chart Lab have created a chart that showcases the top magical object from the Harry Potter world, from the Mirror of Erised to the Sword of Gryffindor.

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5. Harry Potter vs. Star Wars

Harry Potter vs. Star Wars #infographic

Art director and illustrator Mary Brown has found out that Harry Potter and Star Wars sagas have surprisingly many similarities when it comes to character roles.

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6. Facts and numbers about Harry Potter books

Harry Potter facts and numbers #infographic

Interesting facts about the books from Harry Potter series were put together in a gorgeous visual designed by Wayne Dorrington.

The infographic shows how Harry Potter has been perceived by the public opinion around the world. It also shows facts and figures about worldwide sales and translations.

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7. Harry Potter movies by the numbers

Harry Potter movies by the numbers #infographic

Now it’s time to analyze movie adaptations of the Harry Potter series. The infographic prepared by Cinema Blend was made before the eight film was released. However, it includes some interesting info, for instance, the comparison of the top grossing fantasy movies.

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8. Harry Potter multibillion dollare empire

Harry Potter multibillion dollar empire #infographic

Harry Potter is not only about books and movies. It’s a huge business that includes almost all areas of the entertainment industry.

The infographic designed by Mikey Burton puts together most interesting facts and numbers about J.K. Rowling’s magic empire.

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9. Harry Potter mood chart

#HarryPotter mood chart

This gorgeous illustration by Tyler Feder lets you pick up how are you feeling today, having Harry Potter characters as a reference.

The image is available as an instant download on Etsy, where you can also get the chart with foods of Harry Potter.

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10. Harry Potter family tree

Harry-Potter family tree #chart

The epic chart that lists Harry Potter characters. Designed by a Hungarian artist Fanni Blazsó, and released on Deviant Art.

Some of the words haven’t been translated into English, but you’ll have no problem in getting their meaning.

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11. A complete guide to Harry Potter film locations

A complete guide to Harry Potter film locations #infographic

Wouldn’t you love to spend a day in Hogwarts? Or reach the location of Harry and Hermione’s campsite?

Now that’s possible, thanks to the infographic that lists locations where Harry Potter movies were filmed. All twelve locations are in the UK. Plus, you’ll find here a map with eight Harry Potter spots in London.

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12. The cost of being the ultimate Harry Potter fan

The cost of being the ultimate Harry Potter fan #infographic

If you are the fan of Harry Potter, you have to be prepared for costs. Have you crossed the spendings listed in the infographic above?

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13. Beginner’s guide to Harry Potter wand motions

Beginner's guide to #HarryPotter wand motions

Every witch or wizard (even muggles) need to have the basics in wand motions. Here is a simple chart that will take you through the basics, designed by Leah LaPera.

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14. Periodic table of Harry Potter characters

Periodic table of Harry Potter characters

This periodic table focuses on Harry Potter world and lists 117 elements known to wizards. It was designed by Mikhaila Aldaba, a young graphic artist from the Philippines.

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15. Harry Potter fanfiction facts

Harry Potter fanfiction facts #infographic

The infographic includes stats, numbers and fun facts you might not have known about the movies, books, and characters belonging to Harry Potter universe.

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16. Harry Potter spells you ought to know

Harry Potter spells you should know #chart

This visual collects the spells from Harry Potter books. It was created by a Malaysian Deviant artist Sean Chun Seian Liew.

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17. A history of Hogwarts house points

A history of Hogwarts house points #infographic

The infographic tracks every award and penalty across the seven Harry Potter books to bring you the ultimate guide to point-scoring at this school of witchcraft and wizardry.

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