2020 Golden Trio Reading Challenge

I was looking for a Harry Potter themed reading challenge and came across the Golden Trio Reading Challenge for 2019. Even though this challenge is for 2019, I am going to complete it in 2020.

The Harry Potter books will be read again in 2020 to count for seven of the prompts listed.


Completed Readings

Ron – Read a book under 200 pages

Dumbledore’s Army – Read a book about social injustice or a current issue (race and privilege)

Ilvermorny – Read a book by an American author

  • Last Day by Luanne Rice – read 1/3/2020

Care of Magical Creature – Read a book with an animal on the cover

Newt – Read a book with a fantastic beast (phoenix and thunderbird. but mostly the phoenix)

Hogwarts Library – Read a book you checked out from the library or borrowed from a friend (Kindle Unlimited)

Apparition – Read a book set somewhere you want to travel – North Carolina

Flying – Read a book with a bird on the cover

Muggle Studies – Read a memoir or biography

Umbridge – Read a book with a pink cover

Planned Readings

Harry: (re)Read a Harry Potter book

  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by JK Rowling

Fred & George – Read a book with twins in it

  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by JK Rowling

House Cup – Read a book that has won an award

  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling

Bathilda Bagshot – A book written by a woman

  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling

Hermione – Read a book over 500 pages

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling

Snape – Read a book with a page 394

  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by JK Rowling

Defense Against the Dark Arts – Read a book about Good vs. Evil

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling

Professor McGonagall – Read a book with a strong female lead

  • Long Bright River by Liz Moore

Gilderoy Lockhart – Read a book from a celebrity book club (Oprah’s Book Club)

  • American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins

Incomplete Prompts

Flourish and Blotts – Read a 2019 release

Ginny – Read a poetry book

Luna Lovegood – Read a book about creativity or something unusual

Fleur Delacour – Read a book translated from a different language

Dumbledore – Read a book involving a school or teacher

Godric – Read a book that represents Gryffindor’s values (courage, bravery, chivalry, nerve)

Helga – Read a book that represents Hufflepuff’s values (hard work, patience, justice, loyalty)

Rowena – Read a book that represents Ravenclaw’s values (intelligence, creativity, learning, wit)

Salazar – Read a book that represents Slytherin’s values (ambition, cunning, leadership, resourcefulness)

The Chosen One – Read a book that mentions Harry Potter in it

He Who Must Not Be Named – Read a book that has a character that shares a name with a character from Harry Potter

Deathly Hallows – Read a book with a symbol on the cover

Gryffindor – Read a book recommended by a Gryffindor

Hufflepuff – Read a book recommended by a Hufflepuff

Ravenclaw – Read a book recommended by a Ravenclaw

Slytherin – Read a book recommended by a Slytherin

Quidditch – Read a book involving a sport

Wizarding Radio – Listen to an audiobook

Herbology – Read a book related to nature

Potions – Read a book with potions, alchemy or chemistry in it

Astronomy – Read a book with a star on the cover or in the title

Transfiguration – Read a book about a huge transformation

History of Magic – Read a historical fiction

Charms – Read a book with a charming cover

Arithmancy – Read a book with a number in the title

Ancient Runes – Read a book set before you were born

Divination – Read a book that includes a prophesy or fortune telling

Restricted Section – Read a banned book

Durmstrang – Read a book with a boat in it

Beaubatons – Read a book by a French author

Gringotts – Read a book with gold foiling

The Dark Mark – Read a book with a dark cover

Hogwarts-A History – Read a book that intimidates you

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