Book Fetish: Volume 244, Harry Potter House Decor

Today’s Book Fetish is sponsored by The Girl Who Lied by Sue Fortin.

Sometimes the perfect friend tells the perfect lies… In Sue Fortin’s thrilling USA TODAY bestseller, Erin and Roisin were once friends until a fatal accident ruined both their lives. Now, Roisin has discovered a secret—one Erin has kept for over a decade—and she’s determined to make Erin pay for her lies. When Roisin suddenly disappears, suspicion soon lands on Erin. She would do anything to protect her family, but just how far is she willing to go when time is running out?


Harry Potter House Candle Set  – Now your office or apartment can smell like your favorite Hogwarts common room.

Ugly Christmas Sweater House Blanket  – Is this the coziest form of house pride in the muggle world? It just might be. (And yes, there’s one for every house!)

Helga Hufflepuff Pillow – What could be better than a gorgeous watercolor inspired by the most loyal house founder? One you can hug, obviously!

Downloadable Slytherin Crest – This super affordable option is perfect if you need something fast and classy. Print it at home or at the library, put it in a frame, and viola!

Gryffindor Quidditch Banner – This Newbury Comics exclusive looks like it was ripped right out of the Gryffindor locker rooms. Let everyone know who you cheer for!

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Amy Diegelman: Amy Diegelman's fangirl tendencies date all the way back to her days of stealing all the female GI Joes from her brother's collection and have never wavered. Amy is a high-school drama nerd from Missouri, who somehow ended up with Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a Master's Degree in Library Science. She currently works as a Young Adult Librarian in the most ridiculous corner of Massachusetts where she lives with her computer, video games, and a cat-shaped monster named CJ. Amy reviews books for School Library Journal, tweets at @amydieg, and once breathed the same air as LeVar Burton. She has also written a number of papers on the intersection of Batman and the 17th-century political philosophy of John Hobbes - engage her on this topic at your own risk. Blog: Beastbrarian Twitter: @amydieg