My Life as a Squib is an autobiography of Squib Angus Buchanan, who became famous for playing in the Muggle Scottish rugby team. It was published in 1900.[1]

My Life as a Squib was a groundbreaking worldwide bestseller in its time, as it brought the plight of the Squibs to the wizarding world's attention: Squibs had, until that point, always lived in the shadows: cast between the wizarding world where they did not fit in and always felt second-class, and the Muggle society — Buchanan's life story showed that it is possible to succeed in life despite those hardships.[1]

As of 2014, My Life As a Squib is on its 110th printing.[1]


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