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Scholastic reveal new illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone designed by MinaLima

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This October, you can pick up a newly designed, full-colour version of the first Harry Potter story, brought to life by MinaLima; the design studio who mastermind the artistry that helps bring Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts to life.

 

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