Welcome to the weekend (almost)! Let's you get you through these final hours courtesy of the interwebz:
Book Related Things
Harry Potter had an ancestor named ....Harry Potter.
Mashable ranked the most dateable Harry Potter characters because the world needs to know.T
TIME is getting in on the Harry Potter game with their sorting quiz; did anyone else get the same sorting as Pottermore?
Sid over at BMD wrote up a really nice Harry Potter piece for the 20th anniversary.
Horse-riding librarians were the Great Depression's bookmobiles.
TSA considers forcing airline passengers to remove books from carry-ons, because air travel isn't already terrible.
Millennials are saving libraries.
This tale of how one of the Grenfell tower victims is getting a character named for her in Philip Pullman's new series will bring a tear to your eye.
City of Bones gets a 10th anniversary cover.
Penguin's The United States of Books
That horrible feeling when you realize that a well-regarded author equates being gay with cheating on your spouse.
This library devoted solely to sketchbooks is pretty incredible.
Steamy book recs, courtesy of Book Riot readers.
YA Onscreen Things
ICYMI, this week on YA Onscreen: trailer for Pitch Perfect 3, books to help you get over the end of Pretty Little Liars, and more!
Our Alexis wrote a great article about the Mean Girl Heroine (Mona Vanderwaal/Cordelia Chase) for Paste!
Bustle debates the Veronica Mars boyfriends. "Troy shippers are monsters." (Duh.) #TeamLogan
Social Media Things
Support survivors and proclaim your love for Sweet/Vicious:
Jeff Zentner announced his next two books:
Brittany Cavallaro revealed the cover for The Case for Jamie:
What did we miss? What do y'all think about the Inhumans trailer? Iwan Rheon is perfect in everything, I swear. Let's convo below!