Here are the books you need to know about Harry Potter: 1.
The Adventures of the Boy Who Lived (1977) is the first Harry Potter book, and it is the book that made it all possible.
This is the story of Harry and his friends as they try to stop the invasion of the wizarding world by the evil wizard Draco Malfoy.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (1995) is a prequel to the Harry Potter series, and tells the story in the form of a four-chapter story, with a final chapter, which takes place in the year 2000.
The Philosopher’s Stone (1962) is an epic fantasy novel that tells the tale of a young wizard who wanders the land of Azkaban in search of the Philosopher Stone.
The Chamber of Secrets (1992) is about a man who discovers a Chamber of secrets in the middle of a swamp in France, and decides to open it. 5.
The Prisoner of AzKaban (1993) is one of the best fantasy novels of all time, and is a must-read for any Harry Potter fan.
Harry and the Goblet of Fire (2006) is based on the Harry and The Half-Blood Prince, and follows the journey of a wizard who has been trapped in a tower in the wizard’s own home for hundreds of years.
Harry: A History of Magic (1996) is essentially the story behind Harry Potter’s first book, Harry Potter & The Goblet Of Fire.
The Tales of Beedle the Bard (1997) is basically the Harry & Company series of books.
The Order of The Phoenix (1952) is arguably the best book about Harry that is ever published.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter (1995-2000) is another prequel that tells one of Harry’s adventures from a young boy’s perspective.
The Sorcerer’s Stone is a great Harry Potter novel, but it is also one of my favourites.
The Harry Potter Chronicles (2003-2006) covers the years between Harry Potter II and Harry Potter III, and the adventures that Harry goes on to have with various people and animals, as well as his relationship with Ginny.
Harry Goes to Hogwarts (2006-2010) is Harry Potter 2: Hogwarts, and focuses on the life of Hermione Granger.
Harry’s First Love (2008) is set in the Hogwarts dormitory.
The Time of Death (2007) is probably the most influential Harry Potter story ever written.
Harry the Vampire Slayer (2007-2011) is really the beginning of the Harry Potters’ relationship with vampires, and also the beginning for the Harry family, as Harry grows up and discovers that there is a lot more to life than just being a magical wizard.
Harry The Witch (2006-) is the sequel to Harry Potter 3, and was a major plot point in the film adaptation.
The Goblets of Fire is another story about Harry, and I would have never guessed it was going to be the book on the list if it wasn’t for the inclusion of it in this list.
Harry, the Philosophers Stone (1999) is also a prelude to Harry, but focuses on Harry’s journey to get the Philosoph’s Stone from the ancient Horcrux in Azkaba.
The Potters are back in the Potter world after Harry gets the Philosophical Stone back.
Harry And The Goblins: Tales of the Dwarves and the Golems (2008-) is a story about a young dwarf named Harry who finds himself with the powers of Goblins.
The Dark Arts (2000) was written by Robert Jordan and Michael Moorcock and was the first in the series.
The Deathly Hallows (2001) is perhaps the most successful and influential Harry Potter series.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001-) is set during the Battle of the Five Armies, and features the first appearance of Gandalf, the hobbit, and Samwise Gamgee, the wise old wizard.
Harry Potts History of the Wizarding Arts: A Study in Honor of the Goblins (2001-2002) is still considered one of Rowling’s best-loved books.
The Sword of Truth (2007-) is about an orphaned boy named Harry Potter who learns about the power of the Sword of Transfiguration.
The Little Prince of Egypt (2008-2011): The first of the three Harry Potter books to be written in English.
The Three Little Pigs (2007): The third Harry Potter, the third Potter book set in modern Egypt.
Harry-The-Poisoned (2009) is more of a sequel to The Gobilties and focuses more on Harry, which is the true villain in the book. 30. The