J.K. Rowling Isn’t Finished With Children’s Books

I think J.K. Rowling has now written five adult books, right? Three in her detective series and two standalones. I think. Well fear not, she’s not finished writing books for younger readers just yet.

Her newest book has just been released, and she stated in a radio interview that her focus is on other things and projects at the moment, but a return to children’s books is definitely in the future. I know what you’re thinking. “I WANT TO GO BACK TO HOGWARTS.” I think only a handful of people know if she’ll be returning to the best school of witchcraft and wizardry around, and I don’t think they’re saying.

What do you think? More books from Hogwarts in our future? Or maybe books completely different from her original series? I honestly have no idea, except that she’s more than earned the right to do whatever she wants to.

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18 thoughts on “J.K. Rowling Isn’t Finished With Children’s Books

  1. Well, she’s co written a two part stage play called The Cursed Child – you heard of that? It’s about Harry’s son, Albus – the boy we see briefly at the end of the Deathly Hallows. Surely that’ll be turned into a film, maybe a book too, who knows.
    I heard her on the radio the other day too, saying how much she loved writing her latest crime novel.
    As you say, she’s earned the right to do whatever she wants – forever šŸ™‚

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  2. The movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them comes out soon – personally I think she won’t be able to hold back adding a sequel or four to that!!

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  3. I loved Harry Potter, but I think a completely different book/series/genre of kid’s fiction would be fun. I haven’t read any of her other books, mostly because the genre or plot didn’t appeal to me. But I’d be all for future kids’ books.

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