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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - Book 5 Trivia Quiz

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  • Spoiler alert! If you have not read the book do not go any further.

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the fifth book in the Harry Potter series written by JK Rowling. It is the book in which Harry truly begins to understand that he has a destiny that he must fulfill.

    Harry gets himself into trouble with the ministry right away in the beginning of the book and he never gets out of it until the end of the series. He is taken from his aunt and uncles home to stand trial for repelling dementors in front of a muggle, which is Dudley his cousin.

    He spend the rest of his summer at number 12 Grimwald Place, home to Sirius black and is now the headquarters to the Order of the Phoenix as group Dumbledore started to fight Voldemort back in the day and is reviving now. Harry is suffering from a lot of teen angst and it is used against him throughout the book. He feels put upon and left-out. These are great talking points to bring up with your teen and listen to what they tell you. Everyone has had these feeling at one time or another; your teen may give you some insight into their thoughts – a great gift ;-)

    Back to Harry, he goes through this school year dealing with Dolores Umbridge, a ministry spy and one sent to take over at Hogwarts. She does manage to usurp Dumbledore for a time – although we do see her in charge at the ministry again in upcoming books. I think the best thing to happen in this book – besides Fred and George Weasely leaving to start a joke shop – is that Harry realizes he is capable, even though there are people for him, he can do what he needs to do. Harry loses his godfather, Sirius in this book. But again, he does not give up.

    Voldemort tries to possess Harry and finds he cannot do so. Dumbledore takes note of this and uses it later to form his theories on what happened the first night Lord Voldemort tried to kill Harry as a baby. Dumbledore makes create effort to explain to Harry what the prophecy means. One of the most famous quotes from the series comes out of this scene, "It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities."

    This quiz is full of questions only from book five of the Harry Potter series and all of the answers have been checked and rechecked. None of the questions are in order and all of the answers have been checked. Harry Potter fans that have completed reading this magical book should have no problem with this trivia quiz. That is to say, if you have read very closely. I hope you enjoy the experience – and most of all I hope it makes you open the book back up!

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