It’s Wednesday again, which means another Top 5 Wednesday post. The topic this week is ‘Books For Your Hogwarts House’.
Show your Hogwarts House Pride, and tell us the top 5 books that represent your house!
My Hogwarts house is Hufflepuff. Some traits of a Hufflepuff are: loyal, patient, fair, hard-working, and true. Based off these traits, I have come up with 5 books that (kind of) represent my house.
1. The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins
Maybe Katniss would be considered a Gryffindor by some but due to her courage in sacrificing herself to go in The Hunger Games, I think she is a Hufflepuff. She wanted fairness and equality out of her situation.
2. Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
Eleanor is very loyal to her family and she overcomes great financial problems in the story. Park is quite similar to her in this sense and they both strive for fairness regarding their school life and home life.
3. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
Starr is the protagonist in this novel and she struggles over what to do when she witnesses her friend get shot by a policeman. I liked reading about her internal struggles over whether she should stand up and provide a voice for her dead friend.
4. Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks
In Safe Haven, Katie moves to a small North Carolina town, which raises questions about her past. Katie is a very strong person and goes through something difficult, which I think makes her a Hufflepuff.
5. Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery
Anne is a young orphan who is sent to live at Green Gables with a family who actually wanted a boy. She is a lovely girl with a kind heart, which clearly makes her a Hufflepuff.
It was pretty difficult to come up with 5 books for Hufflepuffs.
- What house are you in? Do you wish you were in another?
- What do you think about my list?