There is a heartwarming trend happening among "Harry Potter" fans hoping to welcome new readers into JK Rowling's magical universe.
#PotterItForward, reportedly started by the 'HP' fan site MuggleNet, has fans of the series sneaking little letters into donated versions and library copies of "Harry Potter" books for future readers to find.
Using the hashtag, readers post the letters to social media, reminding the world just how big an impact Harry, Ron, Hermione and the rest of the "Potter"-verse had on so many people.
The note I left at the end of Ch1 in Sorcerer's Stone today. #PotterItForward pic.twitter.com/M0fByQYdJ6 — Jax (@jaxthevampire) September 11, 2015
my note to the next reader... #Potteritforward pic.twitter.com/gOoSnMZ8Ks — Ashlynn Siobhan (@AshlynnSiobhan) September 5, 2015
Only dedicated fans would do this so whenever young readers come buy their book they can smile #PotterItForward pic.twitter.com/bRwInPsR38 — Yenster (@lidddoyeni) September 6, 2015
LOVING this #potteritforward - If only I could bring myself to let go of the books! pic.twitter.com/dxTJaYnaF5 — Becca Evans (@beckicklesie) September 10, 2015
#potteritforward@MuggleNet@jk_rowling /* pic.twitter.com/ZcOKsrDbh5 — Rachel Koury (@rachelkoury) September 6, 2015
Acts of semi-vandalism in library copies of books? Mischief managed.