No, it's not the Monster Book of Monsters. Hagrid holds the copyright on that one.
I shall take pictures and bore everyone to death with them. You are deputized to go read and issue a full report.
My report is above. I didn't want to say too much, cuz I know y'all (I can say that to you, right?) will be reading yours shortly. There are some tantalizing tidbits, such as how many remaining limbs Professor Kettleburn has.
What kind of HP book club do you have? And do you have members by correspondence?
Fifth and Sixth graders only.
The kids will be sorted into houses, earn house points, play HP related word and trivia games, and I'm planning a Tri-Wizard Tournament.
I'm also working on a Quidditch Card Game. I know there is one available, but everyone complains about the instructions being too complicated. I've download the new, supposedly easier instructions, and they are nearly as ridiculous. I'm going to base the cards on the fanart I did of Harry's first year Gryffindor team. Not that I'm at all artistic, mind you, I'm just very creative. I have maybe three months to work it out. Hope I can do it. In the meantime, I'm keeping that one to myself.
I'd love to do a Muggle Quidditch league with the 7th and 8th graders, but I'm afraid I'm already overwhelming the volunteer coordinator. I also work with the chess club and I have to wait a while before I suggest a live chess game as the finale for our end of year tournament.
You may have noticed I tend to go a bit overboard. The school authorities haven't noticed yet, and I'm trying to work them into it gradually. I want to get my other grandchild into this school, and I don't want them to think if they accept her they'll be stuck with the crazy Grammy for another eight years.