Top 5 Wednesday: Hufflepuff-Inspired Books

As both a Harry Potter fan and a Hufflepuff myself, I’m very excited to give you guys some Hufflepuff-inspired book recommendations for this Top Five Wednesday. Hufflepuffs are known for being caring, friendly, loyal and determined, and I feel that the following books exemplify what it means to be a Hufflepuff.

My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick- Samantha Reed wonders what it’s like to be a member of the Garrett family, her loud and messy neighbors, until she starts dating their son, Jase. Jase and the Garretts embrace Samantha into their family, and Samantha finds herself not only in love with Jase, but the whole family. The caring nature of the charcters in My Life Next Door scream Hufflepuff to me, not to mention the hints of yellow on the book’s cover.

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell – While trying to make his way through the Watford School of Magicks and not spending too much time worrying about his roommate, Baz, Simon Snow cares a lot about his friends, Penelope and Agatha. Personally, Simon gives me some Hufflepuff vibes, and Carry On’s harcover edition has enough yellow on it that it should be displayed in the Hufflepuff common room.

To All the Boys Before by Jenny Han- Lara Jean seems like the perfect Hufflepuff to me- she’s hard-working, extremely loyal and loving of her family, and bakes with a determination that would have any recipe book whimpering. In a video with Christine from polandbananasbooks , Jenny Han revealed that Lara Jean is indeed a Hufflepuff!

The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord- In The Names They Gave Us, Lucy is trying to balance her mother’s declining health, her family life, her boyfriend, and her faith while working at a summer camp for troubled teens. Lucy is a very determined and kind protagonist herself, but it’s the caring people in her life who help her get through her struggles. I have a full review for The Names They Gave Us here.

This Savage Song by V.E. Schwab – One of my favorite reads of 2017 so far, This Savage Song qualifies as a Hufflepuff book recommendation because of August, one of the “monsters” of Verity. While most people in Verity may think that August is a Slytherin or a Gryffindor because of his outside demeanor, I find that August is an inner Hufflepuff because of his care and loyalty to his family and other characters in the novel.

Top 5 Wednesday is a collaborative group of book bloggers from various platforms who love sharing lists on Wednesdays. The T5W group can be found here on Goodreads.

What Hogwarts House are you in? Share in the comments below!

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Author: fangirlfury

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