Sunday, October 6, 2019

Howl's Moving Castle Book and Movie Discussion Questions

Howl's Moving Castle Book and Movie Discussion Questions

This month we have a book and film that fit in nicely with the Halloween theme, although it is not intended for just this time of the year. Howl's Moving Castle is a good book for readers who may be overly fond of and idealizing Harry Potter, as it shows the good and bad in magic. In fact, the heroine, under an aging spell, has a very difficult time through most of the book. That darn Witch of Waste! How mean of her to do that to poor Sophie. Of course, in the end, as the intended audience is in the middle grades, there is a happy ending . . . before books two and three in the trilogy.


  • Print Length: 448 pages
  • Publication Date: September 25, 2012
  • eBook ASIN: B008LV8TSU
  • Audio Book ASIN: B001LFBO1C
  • Paperback ISBN-10: 0061478784
  • Paperback ISBN-13: 978-0061478789
  • Movie ASIN: B074121MFT

  • Here are the movie discussion questions, followed by the book discussion questions. October is great for Howl's Moving Castle, movie or book!


    Howl's Moving Castle Book and Movie Discussion Questions

    Howl's Moving Castle Book and Movie Discussion Questions
    Howl's Moving Castle Book and Movie Discussion Questions
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