This Harry Potter advent calendar is giving us muggles some holiday magic
The Harry Potter movies have become inextricably tied to the winter holidays over the years, and fans will instantly know why. Some of the most classic moments from Harry Potter took place during the Christmas season—in The Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry wakes up on Christmas day to find the Invisibility Cloak among his presents (and Ron gets his iconic R sweater); in The Half-Blood Prince, Ron hilariously interrupts Ginny and Harry’s flirting with some Christmas pies. And, of course, there’s the iconic Christmas Yule Ball in The Goblet of Fire, where Ron gets to wear a frilly dress robe and Neville finally gets to dance all night.
With that being said, we’re always on the lookout every holiday season for presents that will add a bit of HP magic to our gift-giving, and this year, HP fans can celebrate the winter holidays with Harry Potter: A Hogwarts Christmas Pop-Up by Insight Editions. The advent calendar comes with a pop-up tree, and fans will find paper ornaments decorated with icons from the series inside. It also comes with a small booklet where fans can read behind-the-scenes details about the HP films, including magical secrets surrounding the props, set designs, and holiday moments of the movies.
The book’s illustration of Hogwarts’s Great Hall is absolutely stunning and reminiscent of the classic Harry Potter book covers, and shoppers love the gorgeous artwork. “This is a great addition to any Harry Potter collection,” says a reviewer, adding that it’s “such fun for Potter loves of all ages.”
Luckily, if you’re looking to add it to your holiday shopping cart, this advent calendar pop-up book is currently on sale for 40 percent off at Amazon. And while we would all love to apparate into the Great Hall and see the Hogwarts Christmas tree in person, we’re sure that this advent calendar will bring just as much magical holiday cheer into your home.
Harry Potter: A Hogwarts Christmas Pop-Up (Advent Calendar)
Shop it! $23.99 (orig. $39.99), amazon.com.
This story originally appeared on People.com by Nina Huang.