Good news, "Harry Potter" fans. Bloomsbury, the publisher of J.K. Rowling's bestselling novels, recently announced the upcoming release of two new books in the series on Oct. 20. The latest additions to the series are part of the 20th-anniversary celebration ever since the first book in the series was launched in 1997.

Two decades after the global release and success of the first novel of the series, two new books will be published this fall as part of "A History of Magic" exhibition at the British Library, which will open in October until February 2018.

The upcoming books are titled, "Harry Potter: A History of Magic – The Book of the Exhibition" and "Harry Potter – A Journey Through a History of Magic."

Reasons why upcoming books are a must-read

Even though the upcoming books will not depict any new stories about the original characters of the series, it will explore the spellbinding wizardry realm. Considered a "comprehensive companion book," "A History of Magic – The Book of the Exhibition" book will talk about the "real-life history of magic and wizardry."

Movie Pilot added the book will also feature essays from astronauts, naturalists, and writers who captured "the traditions of folklore and magic which underpin the Harry Potter stories." The book "A Journey through a History of Magic," on the other hand, will take the readers into the origin of the series.

Furthermore, it will give some interesting facts and insights on mystical things like spells and alchemy. Readers will also know the stories of ancient witchcraft and magical creatures such as unicorns.

'A History of Magic' exhibition

As for the upcoming exhibition, it will delve into the subjects offered and studied at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, including "Defense against the Dark Arts, Potions, Astronomy, Charms, Herbology, and Care of Magical Creatures." It will also detail the history of magic.

Meanwhile, the upcoming books and exhibition are also the latest additions to the magical experiences of avid fans. Other attractions include the Warner Brothers Studio tour in north London and the West End play, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child."

Prince Charles mimics 'Harry Potter' characters

In other "Harry Potter"-related reports, Duchess Camilla of Cornwall recently revealed Prince Charles' most hidden talent and that is being a "brilliant impressionist." According to the Duchess, the grandchildren of the Prince of Wales are often left "spellbound" as he "puts on voices for every character" when he reads Rowling's best-selling book series to them.