WHEN I FIND A TYPO IN A PUBLISHED BOOK

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It’s just like:

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Hogwarts students go to school to learn magic. Muggle students go to school to learn…what they need to know. Which is subjective in the wide world of Muggles. Ask a Hogwarts student what they did in school today, and it won’t be a bored sigh of “Nothing,” but a description of working with their hands. A student who moved objects with a powerful wand or spent 20 minutes dicing up lacewing flies is not going to easily forget it.

Nadia Mulvihill, the winner of our August Quibbler contest, argues that what makes Hogwarts a great school isn’t just the secret passages and the magical creatures (although those are pretty cool), it’s the love of learning it instills in its students. Read more! (via mugglenet)
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