Over spring break, a combined group of 22 graduate and undergraduate students traveled with two professors to England, where they studied Harry Potter and Children’s Literature. The participants applied to join the class in November, and were selected by professors Emily Pendergrass and Elizabeth Self. They visited Oxfordshire and London to learn about the history and growth of children’s literature in the United Kingdom. The class had a special emphasis on the Harry Potter series and Roald Dahl’s novels. Over the course of six days, they experienced a wealth of English culture and history.