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Hide Your Secrets in These Harry Potter Safety Boxes

Are you looking for a gift for the friend who won’t stop talking about Harry Potter? Are you that friend?

 

Either way, you have to check out these Harry Potter Safe Boxes. You can use it to hide a gift, your valuables, or even use it as a way to propose.

 

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From the front it just looks like a hardcover version of the individual the Harry Potter books. Imagine every time you go to reach for your jewelry, you get to open The Half-Blood Prince and relive when you first read the series! 

 

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But each one has a cut-out hole through the center of the novel for you the put whatever belongings you wish in there. 

 

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Who wouldn’t want this on their night stand? 

 

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There’s a safe for every book in the series at Secret Safe Books, so be sure to get at least one or two… or maybe all of them!

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Quiz: Which Books Are These Fictional Foods From?

Food plays a huge role in the lives of our favorite fictional characters (as well as our own) and often serves as an important literary device in books. In the Hunger Games series, Suzanne Collins uses food to symbolize how great the disparity is between the 12 districts, with most surviving off bland finds from the black market while those in the Capitol can simply press a button to get an extravagent and delicious feast. The eccentric foods in Harry Potter, Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, and other fantastical books add magical elements which further draw the reader into the book’s absurd world. Some fictional foods have gotten so popular that they have made their way into the real world, like Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans from Harry Potter and Willy Wonka’s Everlasting gobstoppers from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  Other foods are too obscure to ever exist, but they are so much fun to read about.  Can you figure out which books and series these fictional foods are from? 

 

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