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  1. Harry Potter has since became such an a global phenomenon that it’s hard to see the full scope what it accomplished over the years. J.K. Rowling was an unknown single mom when she first got the idea for her story while stuck on a train; the small UK children’s press that ultimately took a chance on it undoubtedly couldn’t have predicted that it would have a measurable effect on everything it touched. Now one of the biggest forces in pop culture, it changed the way that businesses published books for kids. It’s remarkable that Harry Potter was rejected from no less than nine different publishers in the UK (all of whom rue the day, to be sure). Little finally got the manuscript into the hands of an agent at Bloomsbury, and they bought the rights for something like 2,000 pounds. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was released in the UK on June 30, 1997. The books were around for a long time before Harry Potter. But JK Rowling turned book consumption, especially for children, into something close to addiction. You want proof? The UK release of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in 1999 was timed at 3.45pm to prevent children in England and Wales from skipping school to get their copy. The later books got HUGE but it didn't stop kids devouring them. Grown-ups got hooked too, with the books being released in adult-friendly covers. The book releases themselves became headline news: when the fourth book Goblet of Fire came out in 2000, booksellers around the world got together to coordinate the first ever global midnight launch. I'll admit, I was a later comer to the Harry Potter series. Believe it or not, it wasn't till I saw promo advertising for Harry Potter and The Prisoner Of Azkaban at my first job. Now, don't get me wrong I had seen Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets when they came out on DVD! (Not Bluray). But I didn't like the movies, I didn't 'get it'. So after looking through the promo advertising it looked far more interesting, plus the fact that Hermione (Emma Watson) was my age, she looked pretty. I bought the DVD, took it home that evening, setup the DVD and TV, sat down and watched it.... I LOVED IT! From that day forth I've been hooked. Despite your own preferences, is widely known as the best film in the series. (Just saying) I was a part of the generation that truly grew up with harry potter... The characters were around my age and I just loved the magical world, I was hooked! I remember making friends over the years and sharing stories, theories and bickered countless hours over how the screenwriters left out seemingly crucial scenes from the books, or how the actors playing the three leads just weren’t cutting it, or how impossible it is to ever recreate on the screen the universe that we’ve designed in our heads over all the years of reading the series. In the early 2000's Harry Potter was alive and breeding on the Internet, thanks to fan sites such as ' the-leaky-cauldron ', ' mugglenet ' & of course the famous veritaserum.com - forums. Potter Web masters Emerson Spartz of Leaky Cauldron and Melissa Anelli of Mugglenet agree that between 2000 and 2003 the Potter galaxy exploded again, from publishing phenomenon to cultural phenomenon. So when someone says that Harry Potter changed the world, it’s not exactly an exaggeration. I'm sure I speak for many who believe that Harry Potter is simply a part of their lives. Thoughts? Do you think this sort of phenomenon will ever happen again in our lifetimes?
  2. Harry Potter has had a huge impact on today’s generation for those who’ve grown up reading and watching these books and films. Which movies or books have made a biggest impact on you? We'd love to hear your experiences! Have the books/movies helped you through a bad time, maybe they just bring you joy?
  3. moonlightwishes

    Paperback Vs. Hardcover Books

    I'm not talking about just the Harry Potter books, but in general. There are pros and cons to both such as hardcover books being heavier and sometimes harder to hold, and paperback books rip and tear easily. Even so, paperback books are easier to carry and hold, hardcover books look beautiful on the shelf and might be a tad bit more durable with books you know you're going to read over and over again. I could compare all day, but if I had to choose, I'd pick paperback for the price and the fact that they're easier to handle. The only books I have that HAD to be hardcover are the Harry Potter books, because I'll be rereading those forever, and Harry Potter is just so special to me. The other series I have that is hardcover is A Series of Unfortunate Events, but that's really only because I can't find those in paperback. This doesn't mean that I only buy paperback books. If I find a book I like and can only find it in hardback, then I'm going to get it because... books. What about you? What do you prefer? Or do you really have no preference?
  4. Cant get the image thing to work! Hope for help here! I have a fantastic beasts book, it has writing in it obvs but it seems more than it should be! My book is second hand from amazon so could be someone elses writing! Mine is the green covered one, hard back published 2012! Hope link works
  5. Discussion topic 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.
  6. I think that the original Ron and Hermione kiss was epic. I loved it, and I think it was important that Harry was there. The movie kiss was weird.
  7. Leviosa_Rattray

    Scottish Acromantula Nest

    So, i recently read Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them and i noticed that its said that there is an Acromantula nest rumoured to be located in scotland. Naturaly i instantly assumed that it was the colony located in the Forbidden Forest... but after thinking about it a little bit more i thought that Newt would have surely published his book before Hagrid had attented Hogwarts. i was right, Newt Scamander published his book in 1927 and the colony was established in 1943 when Hagrid released Aragog into the Forbidded Forest. Was this just a simple mistake on JK's part? or is there a second colony in Sscotland?
  8. Lily Potter Jr.

    Books vs. Movies

    Normally, movie adaptations of books are not as good, but I have noticed some exceptions, like The Princess Bride, Movie: One of the best ever, Book: Not so good. Harry Potter books are way better, and the movies often mess up important scenes. Espeially kiss scenes. The one that was supposed to take place in the Room of Requirement took place in the Chamber of Secrets, and the one that was supposed to take place in the common room took place in the Room of Requirement. *sad sigh*
  9. Morning all, I’ve recently picked up the Poldark series while watching the tv show. However, since series 5 doesn’t actually follow the books I thought I’d make a start on the rest. I believe there’re around 12 books? I maybe wrong. Similar to the Harry Potter books in a sense that it’s been adapted to the screen, the books go into so much more detail about other characters which makes a lot more sense than the TV show. Plot: Into the 1780s and 1790s, Capt. Ross Vennor Poldark returns from the American War of Independence to his home Nampara in Cornwallafter three years in the army. Upon his return home, he discovers his father Joshua has died, his estate is in ruins and in considerable debt, and his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth is engaged to his cousin Francis. In town, Ross encounters a young woman named Demelza Carne, dressed in one of her brother's clothes. After learning that her father repeatedly abuses her, Poldark offers her lodging and work as a kitchen maid. He then strives to help his father's tenants and the people of the village while attempting to run the copper mines he inherited, sought after by his rival, the greedy and arrogant George Warleggan.
  10. When did you first read the series? How old were you? Did you read them in order? Before or after the movies? I first read the books when Prizoner of Azkaban was released on DVD. After watching the film i was overly eager to find out what happend next! I just hated the wait between the rest of the series in order to read the last book.
  11. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone vs Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone So why did the name change? It dates back to when the rights were sold for the first book: Scholastic Corporation bought the U.S. publishing rights for what was then known as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, forking out a comparably high $105,000 for the privilege. It was changed by the American publisher, Scholastic, because it thought American children wouldn't want to read a book with "philosopher" in the title. Eventually, the author suggested Sorcerer's Stone, and that's how the book is known in the U.S. market where Scholastic had the rights. Other quotes from around the world; "The publisher thought "Sorcerer" would better convey the magical tone of the series. So uninformed children would know it's about a wizard, not a philosopher." " Because apparently they thought Americans wouldn't know what a philosopher's stone is..." Rowling later admitted in a web chat for BBC Red Nose Day in 2001 that she regretted the decision. When asked if it bothered her that the name of the book had been changed in the U.S., she wrote that "they changed the first title, but with my consent. To be honest, I wish I hadn't agreed now, but it was my first book, and I was so grateful that anyone was publishing me I wanted to keep them happy ..." What name do you prefer?
  12. NEW YORK: Scholastic, the global children's publishing, education and media company, today revealed the cover of a stunning new edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Scholastic Inc. Trade Hardcover Edition ISBN 978-1-338-59670-0; $37.99; All Ages) to be published on October 20, 2020. This innovative edition of the first book in the Harry Potter series is designed and illustrated by the award-winning design studio MinaLima, best known for establishing the visual graphic style of the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films. With brilliant full-color illustrations on nearly every page, this new edition also includes eight interactive special paper craft features. Readers can open the beautifully designed, elaborately folded Hogwarts letter and Diagon Alley shopping list, reveal the magical entryway to Diagon Alley, open a die-cut, fold-out Hogwarts Castle, make a sumptuous feast appear in the Great Hall, and more. This new edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is the perfect way to start a new generation of readers on their Hogwarts journey, and at the same time is sure to be a treasured keepsake for fans to add to their collection, said Ellie Berger, President Scholastic Trade. The Harry Potter series continues to inspire readers of all ages with its universal themes of friendship, imagination and the triumph of good over evil. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was published by Scholastic in the U.S. in September 1998 with a first printing of 50,000 copies. More than 20 years later, the Harry Potter book series has sold more than 500 million copies worldwide. Twenty years of designing for the Wizarding World have come full circle in this extraordinary opportunity to depict Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in a whole new way. From creating Harry's Hogwarts acceptance letter for the first film, to envisioning his world for this new illustrated edition, MinaLima's many invitations to visualize this fantastic universe never cease to beguile. We have sought to bring together our artistry with J.K. Rowling's singular storytelling to offer the reader a completely fresh experience of this now new classic work, said Eduardo Lima & Miraphora Mina. MINALIMA DESIGN is an award-winning graphic design studio founded by Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima, best known for their ten-year involvement in the Harry Potter film franchise, where they established the visual graphic style of the film series. From their London studio they have continued telling stories through visuals from designing books and packaging to creating graphic props for films such as Sweeney Todd (2007), The Imitation Game (2014), and the Fantastic Beasts films. They also designed the bestselling books The Case of Beasts Explore the Film Wizardry of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Archive of Magic Explore the Film Wizardry of Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald, J.K. Rowling's screenplays for the Fantastic Beasts films, Peter Pan, The Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and Other Fairy Tales, The Secret Garden, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and The Adventures of Pinocchio. Look out for the new edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, coming 20 October 2020, published by Bloomsbury in the UK and Scholastic in the US. News Source: Scholastic
  13. A question that I'm sure will have some fantastic and creative answers... Many characters in the Harry Potter movies were taken away from us. But who do you feel was the absolute worst to read or watch? And as a side note; who of them didn't deserve it? 50pts to the most creative answers.
  14. Is there anything in the Harry Potter films that you like more than in the books? As a Muggle, is there any parts or particular scenes in the movies that you like more than in the books? I personally watched the films before reading the books, but I've loved finding out more in depth explanations. I might speak for a few people here, but as the Prisoner of Azkaban is my favourite in the series I loved reading about the Marauder's Map. I'm not very good at imaginging what things look like within my head so to be able to see what it looks like in the films was a piece of art. So, what's your favourite part/s........
  15. Hey everyone! With J.K.Rowling every so often adding to the Harry Potter canon, I wanted to know if there were any parts of the canon you wish would be expanded upon. Even the reveal about how the plumbing system came to be asks more questions than it answers - for example, how did the plumbers not question how big the pipes are? Where does the waste go? Why does it seem like the bathrooms are in the most random of places? One of the questions I want answered is: What actually constitutes under age magic and how it's reported? The book canon implies one thing, but the films seem to make it completely different - Just look at how many times Hermione fixes Harry's glasses outside of school time. Does environment have something to do with it? What about accidental magic? Is it intentional magic that makes it under age? I have so many questions about it. What are some of your unanswered canon questions that you wish would be answered? I'd love to get a discussion going about them.
  16. The Harry Potter directors took the movies in different directions over the years capturing the magic of the books. What film in the series do you believe was able to really capture the heart of the books, despite a restrictive run time? Would you've sat through a 3+ hour film?
  17. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition Receive an exclusive Goblet of Fire tote bag when you pre-order the standard Illustrated Edition or an exclusive Goblet of Fire shopper bag when you pre-order the Illustrated Deluxe Edition before 7th October 2019. Picture the magic – award-winning illustrator Jim Kay brings his wonderful creative powers to this stunning reimagined edition of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. This new fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire brings more breathtaking scenes and unforgettable characters to life – including Cedric Diggory, Fleur Delacour and Mad Eye Moody. With paint, pencil and pixels, Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before. Fizzing with magic and brimming with humour, this full-colour edition will captivate fans and new readers alike as Harry, now in his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, finds himself competing in the legendary Triwizard Tournament and facing death-defying tasks, dragons and Dark wizards ... With the original text – complete and unabridged – this gorgeous edition features foiled jacket, head and tail bands, a ribbon marker and illustrated endpapers. Please note: This offer is open to UK and ROI residents only, while stocks last. Terms & Conditions apply. If you are located outside of the UK/Republic of Ireland please order Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition here, or the Deluxe Illustrated Edition here. Please note, if you are located in United States or the Phillippines, unfortunately we do not have rights to sell the book with title "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition". BUY NOW AT Bloomsbury: https://harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/harry-potter-and-the-goblet-of-fire-illustrated-edition-and-tote-bag-9781526614599/?ewid=2754 News and Image Credits/Source: https://harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/harry-potter-and-the-goblet-of-fire-illustrated-edition-and-tote-bag-9781526614599/?ewid=2754
  18. Renai Leeben Villanueva

    Me

    Hello, I'm Renai Leeben Villanueva and I'm 18 years old. I am a member of Iglesia ni Cristo. When I was young, I've been seeing a lot of Harry Potter films but I didn't care much about it. But when my classmate in grade 5 lend me a Harry Potter book, that's the time I begin to like it. After I finished the book, a Potterhead friend of mine tell me stories about it and I did everything to finish reading all the books and and I also have watched the movies but to my dissmay, a lot was gone and changed. I join a lot of groups about HP and until now, I still love 'em. HP gives me inspiration and my imagination become wider.
  19. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition Receive an exclusive Goblet of Fire tote bag when you pre-order the standard Illustrated Edition or an exclusive Goblet of Fire shopper bag when you pre-order the Illustrated Deluxe Edition before 7th October 2019. Picture the magic – award-winning illustrator Jim Kay brings his wonderful creative powers to this stunning reimagined edition of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. This new fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire brings more breathtaking scenes and unforgettable characters to life – including Cedric Diggory, Fleur Delacour and Mad Eye Moody. With paint, pencil and pixels, Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before. Fizzing with magic and brimming with humour, this full-colour edition will captivate fans and new readers alike as Harry, now in his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, finds himself competing in the legendary Triwizard Tournament and facing death-defying tasks, dragons and Dark wizards ... With the original text – complete and unabridged – this gorgeous edition features foiled jacket, head and tail bands, a ribbon marker and illustrated endpapers. Please note: This offer is open to UK and ROI residents only, while stocks last. Terms & Conditions apply. If you are located outside of the UK/Republic of Ireland please order Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition here, or the Deluxe Illustrated Edition here. Please note, if you are located in United States or the Phillippines, unfortunately we do not have rights to sell the book with title "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition". BUY NOW AT Bloomsbury: https://harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/harry-potter-and-the-goblet-of-fire-illustrated-edition-and-tote-bag-9781526614599/?ewid=2754 News and Image Credits/Source: https://harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/harry-potter-and-the-goblet-of-fire-illustrated-edition-and-tote-bag-9781526614599/?ewid=2754
  20. Yes you heard us! Bloomsbury is offering 30% Discount on everything from Audio books, to Gift Sets, To Paperback, Hardbacks, Anniversary Editions you name it, everything in the Harry Potter Official Bloomsbury Store is presently on offer UNTIL 3rd September 2019, dependant on what you buy you can SAVE A FORTUNE with this deal. Check out the Harry Potter range! https://harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/
  21. Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts Bring Hogwarts to life like never before with this 3D masterpiece A 3D masterpiece celebrating Harry Potter's Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from New York Times best-selling pop-up engineer Matthew Reinhart. Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts is an exhilarating, interactive guide that transports readers both young and old to a magical place. The castle unfolds in all its glory - you can even open the stained-glass window to peek inside at the iconic dining hall. From the Quidditch pitch to the Forbidden Forest, there is certainly no shortage of places to explore. This is a must-have book for any avid Harry Potter fan! In addition to large pops on each spread, numerous mini-pops will bring to life beloved elements from the Harry Potter films, such as the Marauder's Map and the Flying Ford Anglia. Each pop will include insightful text about Hogwarts as seen in the films, making for a must-have collectible for fans of the Wizarding World. TO BUY: https://amzn.to/2RKfVpi Review "There are few things better than a pop-up book. If this isn’t an aphorism already, it should be, and what better example of why than the new Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts." (Pottermore) "A must for any Harry Potter fan." (Parade Magazine) "Every page is gorgeous, but look closer and the exquisite detail becomes even more apparent." (Mugglenet) "These are exactly what we need to get into a Harry Potter state of mind this Halloween." (POPSUGAR) "This is an incredible pop-up book specimen... It’s a must-have for any collector." (Geek Dad) About the Author Matthew Reinhart studied industrial design at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn before finding his calling as a paper engineer. His books include the best-selling Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy, A Pop-Up Book of Nursery Rhymes, and DC Super Heroes: The Ultimate Pop-Up Book, among many other award-winning titles. He lives in New York City. Since pursuing a career in illustration, having initially found himself in the financial sector, Kevin Wilson has exhibited his work globally and worked with clients such as IMAX, Marvel and Bad Robot. He lives with his wife and two daughters in the south of England TO BUY: https://amzn.to/2RKfVpi
  22. Amazon: Read the first two Harry Potter books on kindle for free for (Prime members) or (£5.99 per book for non-members) Book 1: Harry‌ Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Harry-Potter-Philosophers-Stone-Rowling-ebook/dp/B019PIOJYU/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1535881825&sr=8-2 Book 2: Harry‌ Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B019PIOJY0/ref=series_rw_dp_sw
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