Hey Guys! It’s Literary Vacation Club April!! This destination is Hogwarts!

Items #1-2: To Smell- Forbidden Forest Candle and Candle Holder. It is an awesome scent! And the candle holder is super cute šŸ™‚

Items #3-4: To See- Mini Art Print and Button. Miracle Adkins made a cute sketch of Harry Potter. It’s of Harry and Snape, I assume when Snape is dying. And then a character button!!

Item #5: To Hear- Playlists for the books are on Spotify!! Yay for free music!

Item #6: To Touch- Golden Snitch Pocket Watch. This is my favorite item. It’s a snitch necklace, that also opens up to a watch!

Item #7: To Taste- Chocolate Frog by Nerdy Noms. Inside is either a red, green, blue, or yellow core to sort us into houses. Haven’t bitten in yet, I’ve gotten my wisdom teeth out recently and can’t really eat things haha.

Item #8: Harry Potter Keychain pal. I think I got Luna. Not sure, but she’s the only super light blonde and long haired person I can think of from the series.

Item #9: Soulbound by Christen Stovall & bookmarks that were signed. Rated 4.43 out of 5 stars on GoodReads. Aislynn, daughter of local farmer, and Rorin, son of a wealthy horse trader, wed in the farming village of Brittendell. But their happy marriage comes to a tragic end when Rorin is killed. Aislynn finds herself in a world filled with hobgoblins, elves, and wizards shortly after his death. She is then captured by the king of Venallis and forced to look for a mysterious artifact, perhaps death isn’t the end. Hmm, sounds like she might be getting her boo back!

Item #10: Digging in the Stars by Katherine Blakeney. Rated 3.76 out of 5 stars on GoodReads. Carter tricks her Archaeology of Outer Space class into visiting the volcanic planet of Thror where her friend, Conrad, had recently disappeared. The local officials deny any records of him having visited, but this does not dissuade Carter or her friends. They decide to travel into the planet’s Black Zone for an illegal excavation of the tomb of last king of Thror. Sounds like mummies but in outer space. Definitely intriguing!