Where the Wild Things Are |Charlie Weasley|
Charlie Weasley has always shared a loving respect for magical creatures, whether big or small. He's always looked up to and admired the work of the great magizoologist, Newt Scamander. When the boy turns ten, he sends a letter to his idol in hopes of forming some sort of contact but he never gets a response. A couple of years later, it seems fate has looked kindly upon him as he doesn't meet Mr Scamander, but Newt's granddaughter, Avery.
After her parents' marriage goes up in the flames of divorce, Avery finds herself living with her grandparents, Newt and Porpentina. It appears as though she inherits her grandfather's quirky nature and is sorted into Hufflepuff. Spending most of her time in the company of her grandparents' kneazles, and her little companion, Bowie, Avery hopes to make a name for herself during her time in Hogwarts and not live in the shadow of her family name.