Three New Harry Potter Books Will Be Released Just In Time For Christmas
Hold the front page (of the Daily Prophet)! Tie notes to every owl you can find and share this news far and wide! Three brand new Harry Potter books will be released in time for Christmas. Three whole books!
Die-hard Potterheads know it's not enough just to have the seven books, each documenting the boy wizard's school years. You need to have the whole collection at your fingertips to make sure you're ready to dip into news of the Boy Who Lived whenever you can.
Some swear by Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, while others love leading through the Harry Potter and The Cursed Child play text written by Jack Thorne and JK Rowling.
And now, hop onto your broomsticks and get down to the nearest bookstore to snap up the following three books, all brought you by Insight Editions.
Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts by Matthew Reinhart, illustrated by Kevin M. Wilson, which will be released on 23rd October.
Best-selling pop-up artist Matthew Reinhardt has created a 3D Harry Potter world, complete with fold-out Forbidden Forest and an actual Marauder's Map. The domes and turrets of Hogwarts collapse out to create a world of Harry Potter all contained inside a book.
Harry Potter: Creatures: A Paper Scene Book is set to drop on 2nd October.
This is a book for art and creature lovers, and includes multi-layer scenes, pictures from the film, stills, and a description of creatures you might be able to find within in the book.
It's the sort of book you just want to keep on your coffee table and stroke, as it's so beautifully illustrated.
Harry Potter: Imagining Hogwarts: A Beginner's Guide to Moviemaking by Bryan Michael Stoller is set for release on 30th October.
If you've ever watched the Harry Potter films and thought, 'Wow, wouldn't making movies be a cool job', then this is the book for you or your kid.
The one teaches you in the funnest way possible how to make costumes, storyboard and generally put together a film, making it fascinating reading even if you only have a passing interest in cinema.
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