Harry Potter books in a pile - in graphic house style

How well do you know Harry Potter based on these strange facts?

Think you know the Harry Potter books? Let’s put your Harry Potter knowledge to the test with these seven intriguing questions. Give it a go using these fun and weird facts about the enchanting world of Harry Potter.

Question 1 out of 7:

Which Harry Potter book was meant to be called Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, but had its name changed just before publication?

The outside of Hogwarts
Question 2 out of 7:

Special security measures were put in place to ensure plot details from Harry Potter books were never leaked before publication. But when were these measures first introduced? 

A gate with a lock on it
Question 3 out of 7:

JK Rowling dedicated one of her books to her youngest daughter, Mackenzie – but which book was it?

A love heart drawn on a window with condensation
Question 4 out of 7:

How many times was Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone rejected by publishers before they finally decided to print it?

A door opening
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I found out today 19%

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Question 5 out of 7:

Which book left fans waiting for three years to be published?

An hour glass on pebbles
Question 6 out of 7:

J.K. Rowling changed the title of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban a few times before settling on the title we know. Which of these was NOT a previous title for that book?

The inside of Hogwarts
Question 7 out of 7:

How many Horcruxes are there in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and what is the significance of this number in folklore and mythology, according to J.K. Rowling?

A Horcrux

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