Harry Potter


This unruled notebook, inspired by the magical world of Harry Potter, beckons you into endless creativity. The cover evokes the wonder and adventure of the wizarding world. Inside, blank pages await your spells, sketches, notes, and stories, allowing your imagination to soar without boundaries.

Each page turn invites you to explore your own magical journey, much like Harry’s own path of discovery and bravery. This notebook is a tribute to the enchantment and inspiration in the Harry Potter series, offering a canvas where your thoughts and dreams can come alive, unrestricted by lines or limitations.

Wiro Bound: We use wire-O binding in the notebooks to give them a classy look

Compact: We make our notebooks in the A5 size (5.8 x 8.3 inches)
Quality: The stiff front and back cover are 300 GSM paper, and the 150-sided 75 pages use 70 GSM unruled natural shade paper.
Crisp Prints: The front and back covers are printed with ultra-HD inks

Inspired by an incredible quote, this journal is a must-have in your collection. Also, don’t forget to check out our range of notebooks, which are the perfect companion for all your shenanigans.

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It’s your one last chance, said Harry,  it’s all you’ve got left. . . . I’ve seen what you’ll be otherwise. . . . Be a man . . . try . . . Try for some remorse. . . .

You dare—? said Voldemort again.

Yes, I dare, said Harry, because Dumbledore’s last plan hasn’t backfired on me at all. It’s backfired on you, Riddle.

Voldemort’s hand was trembling on the Elder Wand, and Harry gripped Draco’s very tightly. The moment, he knew, was seconds away. That wand still isn’t working properly for you because you murdered the wrong person. Severus Snape was never the true master of the Elder Wand. He never defeated Dumbledore.

He killed—

Aren’t you listening? Snape never beat Dumbledore! Dumbledore’s death was planned between them! Dumbledore intended to die undefeated, the wand’s last true master! If all had gone as planned, the wand’s power would have died with him, because it had never been won from him!
– Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows

This insightful journal explores the profound wisdom imparted by J.K. Rowling’s character, Harry Potter: “There are causes worth dying for, but none worth killing for.” This powerful statement is the cornerstone of the journal’s exploration into ethics, morality, and the complexities of human conflict. Through a series of thought-provoking essays, literary analyses, and ethical reflections, the journal examines the themes of sacrifice, loyalty, and the inherent value of life.

Drawing on examples from the Harry Potter series and philosophical and historical perspectives, the journal invites readers to contemplate the implications of Harry’s words on contemporary issues of war, justice, and personal integrity. It challenges conventional views on violence and retribution, advocating for empathy, dialogue, and non-violent resolution of conflicts.

Accompanied by evocative imagery and quotes from the series, “Harry Potter’s Lesson” inspires introspection and critical thinking about the ethical dilemmas individuals and societies face. Ideal for educators, students, and fans alike, this journal offers a deep dive into the timeless themes of courage, compassion, and the pursuit of justice, as exemplified by Harry Potter and his companions.


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