Books To Read If You Are A Hufflepuff | House Book Recommendations
"Hufflepuffs are particularly good finders."
Hearing someone say, "Hufflepuff is my favorite house," is not a rare sight. So many people love Hufflepuff because their only bad trait is that they have none! However, as they are always nice to everyone, it sometimes gets them in trouble.
(Also, some say that the Hufflepuffs are the least clever of all the four houses. However, we disagree entirely!)
Books Every Hufflepuff Needs To Read
If you are a book lover and searching for books made for Hufflepuff, you are definitely at the right place. In this article, you shall find seven books for Hufflepuff which will make you feel good. So, go, Hufflepuff! (Because we know you are a blimey finder!)
1. Anne Of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Will Anne of Green Gables be up to a Hufflepuff's taste?
Most likely, the answer is yes. She's loyal, and she is enthusiastic. She has many inclusive quantities to be a Hufflepuff. Anne Of Green Gables is a story of a kind girl, and as a Hufflepuff, you will find this story quite interesting.
It is not only about Anne's struggle story but also a comical read. This story might as well tickle your funny bones and melt your heart at the same time. This delightful book will leave a big smile on your face.
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2. The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
I can imagine a Hufflepuff person with his comedian friends. People on good terms and sharing a good relationship with friends and family often live in Hufflepuff. This book is totally for anyone who loves to be in Hufflepuff.
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This is an interesting story about Eddie. Eddie, who wants a normal life, suddenly wakes up in another world, and in a while, five people from his previous life explain the meaning of his existence to him.
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3. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Annie Barrows and Mary Ann Shaffer
The book is about the relationship between two friends who fall in love. This book follows the struggle of a British writer, Juliet Ashton, to find ideas. However, soon, she receives an interesting letter from a stranger from Guernsey, and it does not take them long to exchange several parchments simultaneously.
The more she does, the more she is drawn to the beautifully eccentric world set in Guernsey. But once she decides to set sails to the island, she finds something that entirely changes her world views.
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Set in 1946, the story follows the timeline of the Second World War period. The story is sweet, charming, emotional, thoughtful, and everything a Hufflepuff could ask for. Quite a rollercoaster of emotions!
4. Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
This is the story based on a Hufflepuff. Rainbow Rowell's Eleanor & Park is a story of two lovers - Eleanor and Park. Apart from a good love story, the book preaches a great moral too. Eleanor, the female lead of this book, is facing trouble in her school.
She meets with Park, the male protagonist of the story. He is a book reader, and while reading the book, he meets Eleanor on his school bus.
"I want everyone to meet you. You're my favorite person of all time."
Set in 1986, during a school year, the star-crossed misfits meet and love happens to bloom… yet does not? Or it does, but how? Find it out here! This innocent story will take you on an unforgettable journey.
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5. Persuasion by Jane Austen
Persuasion is one of the most romantic novels, in my opinion. The main characters of this story are Anne Elliot and Captain Wentworth. Their Hufflepuff-ness will attract your attention. I am sure you will enjoy this love story. The story begins with the reunion of the two characters, who had been torn apart years ago when Anne rejected the proposal of Captain due to her family.
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If you are thinking whether they are still in love then that is for you to find out. Just read the book, and you'll get the answer. Moreover, with answers, you will get many Hufflepuffs. There is a letter at the end. I'm sure you may not be a Hufflepuff, yet you will love that letter. You might want to frame that letter and read it again and again. I'm sure you will love this story.
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6. Now That You're Here by Amy K. Nichols
Now That You're Here by Amy Nichols is a story that is fun packed! The book revolves around a lazy kid Danny, who suddenly slips into a weird world. There he meets with a girl, Eevee Solomon. Eevee is Danny's last ray of hope to return to his home, and they become friends.
She promises Danny to take him back to his home. Her science knowledge is appreciable, and on this basis, Danny again finds his home. This story is about Hufflepuff. And if you are also a Hufflepuff, I am sure you will most likely love this book. The story is fast-paced and interesting to read.
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7. Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas
If you value loyalty and are a Hufflepuff, this book is for you only. This whole story is a thriller. This story is about the protagonist, Anna. Anna is having a good time with her boyfriend in Aruba. But then they find out that their friend Elise has been murdered.
Meanwhile, Anna realized who her real friends were and who was playing with her feelings. Do you want to know? Definitely yes. Then pick up and read this book to find your answers. As a Hufflepuff, this story will hook your attention.
Hufflepuffs are just, patient, lovely, hardworking, and outright nice to everyone, regardless of who stands before them. Hence, it is one of the most interesting and charming Hogwarts houses in the Harry Potter series (Cedric Diggory was the icing on the cake).
That is why Potterheads would find it awe-inspiring to associate as Hufflepuffs and enjoy these book recommendations.
"Hope to see you in Hufflepuff, my old house, you know."
~Have a blast, fellow Hufflepuffs! And need we say, Don’t be a TERF!
- Meghna Chatterjee
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