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Harry Potter ❰Read❯ ➫ Harry Potter Author Felicity Baker – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Essential Film Companion for HARRY POTTER that’s perfect for the youngest fans On his eleventh birthday Harry Potter received the best gift he could possibly imagine learning he is a wizard who The Essential Film Companion for Harry Potter that’s perfect for the youngest fans On his eleventh birthday Harry Potter received the best gift he could possibly imagine learning he is a wizard who’s been invited to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry Relive Harry’s thrilling adventure through all eight Harry Potter films from his first trip to Diagon Alley to his epic battles with the Dark Lord Voldemort Packed with memorable uotes and photos this book has everything you need to know about the Boy Who Lived.

  • Hardcover
  • 64 pages
  • Harry Potter
  • Felicity Baker
  • 14 September 2014
  • 9781338116762

10 thoughts on “Harry Potter

  1. Kai Kai says:

    As stated before in my review of Harry Potter Cinematic Guide Ron Weasley this series of cinematic guides is cheaply done Scholastic and WB try to exploit the Potter universe even with these books which would be okay if they were at least worth their money Let me tell you they're notFind of my books on Instagram

  2. Kirsti Kirsti says:

    I bought these the other day the four books that Scholastic has recently released with a focus on Harry Potter Hermione Granger Ron Weasley and Albus Dumbledore respectively As a fan I collect all the 'minor' HP books and these guides were either 1295 each or the four pack for 25Although they will still be going on the shelf with the rest of my HP merchandise these are truly poor books I starts with an outline of Sorcerer's Stone or Philosopher's whatevs but then it jumps all over the place with random photos and stills It's only 58 pages long so we get some cracker sentences like 'Some Professors are interested in being nasty to Harry than teaching him' I get that these are geared to kids but WHICH kids? real Potterhead children will resent the childish tone after all doesn't HP teach us that from a very young age we can be the hero of our own stories? If not them then trying to introduce to new children Unfortunately the weirdness of the choices in subject matter and the way it jumps around with little order will probably deter them I just can't work out why these books even existSo yeah probably not the best book to buy for kids if you want to share either the magic of the books or the films but they do look pretty in their fancy cover note I will mark the other books as read but not worry about reviewing them there is nothing to add Two stars

  3. Ivy Ivy says:

    5 starsNice to see a cinematic guide on Harry Potter Hope to see cinematic guides on the characters

  4. Jessica Gillies Jessica Gillies says:

    Unsuprisingly this was most definitely geared towards the younger fans of Harry Potter Some of the pictures were very nice but beyond some closer up images of props such as the triwizard tournament cup this book brings nothing new to the table

  5. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    very good book to read if you just want a brief reminder of the harry potter world each guide is about a different person and i think that's pretty cool

  6. Yvette Yvette says:

    This was a good book just because HARRY POTTER

  7. M (aka DarkBeauty73) M (aka DarkBeauty73) says:

    Read this book second in the set of 4 Review to continue dog being needy lol It was an okay summarizing of some of the things that had happened to Harry thought out the books Obviously lots left out But a nice read all the same and some great pictures as well

  8. Amber Amber says:

    I feel like there is absolutely no order to this book but that's fine It's Harry freaking Potter and I LOVED it Reading these books makes me miss reading the books watching the movies and being immersed in the magical world in general

  9. Sam.the.wolf.king Sam.the.wolf.king says:

    It was very interesting and there were some parts that I didn't know happened in the movie It was uick and easy to read

  10. The Rad Books The Rad Books says:

    As much as I hate to admit this the book is pretty poorly done For a fan it’s out of order and highlights the wrong moments For a younger audience it just wouldn’t make sense if they haven’t seen the movies or read the books; it’s still pretty dark for a younger audience

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