Wizards and Muggles rejoice! It looks like we'll be getting two new Harry Potter books this fall! The fresh tomes will reportedly accompany the British Library's upcoming 20-year anniversary Potter exhibit, according to BuzzFeed News.

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The library exhibit on J.K. Rowling's world of wizardry, set to open from October 2017 to February 2018, is called "Harry Potter: A History Of Magic." The first new book from Rowling will be the veritable manual of the library display, entitled, Harry Potter: A History of Magic — The Book Of The Exhibition.

The second volume will be Harry Potter — A Journey Through A History of Magic, a book that explores the mystical subjects of "unicorns, alchemy and ancient witchcraft" in the Hogwarts universe. (via Reuters)

The new books, published by the British Library in conjunction with Bloomsbury, will be released alongside the "History Of Magic" exhibit opening this October. The new pair of publications will reportedly feature previously unreleased Harry Potter manuscript pages and sketches from Rowling.

Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, the first of novel in Rowling's Harry Potter series, was originally released on June 26, 1997. It was followed, of course, by six more best-selling entries and the blockbuster film series.

Check out more info on the British Library's Harry Potter exhibit right here.

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