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by J. K. Rowling

Category: Activities Crafts and Games
Subcategory: Children
Author: J. K. Rowling
ISBN: 0439284031
ISBN13: 978-0439284035
Language: English
Publisher: Scholastic; 1st Edition edition (2001)
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Quidditch Through The Ages first appeared as the title of one of Harry Potter’s school books within the novels. It was published by Bloomsbury Children’s Books and Scholastic along with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in March 2001 in aid of Comic Relief.

Quidditch Through The Ages first appeared as the title of one of Harry Potter’s school books within the novels. Publishers: UK Print – Bloomsbury US Print – Scholastic Ebook – Pottermore.

About this book A glance through Muggle art and literature of the Middle Ages reveals that many of the creatures they now believe to be imaginary were then known t. .

A glance through Muggle art and literature of the Middle Ages reveals that many of the creatures they now believe to be imaginary were then known to be real.

Since I started reading the Harry Potter book series I have always wanted to see what his schoolbooks were like

Since I started reading the Harry Potter book series I have always wanted to see what his schoolbooks were like. Now, I was able to read them. They are excellent, and I just don't know how . Rowling gets all of these ideas for the different beasts, and the different types of balls used for Quidditch. She is truly a remarkable writer.

Quidditch Through the Ages is a book wrote by . It wrote of the wizarding sport of Quidditch. It based on the fictional book of the same name wrote by Kennilworthy Whisp. The story of it's publication in the Muggle world was that it was wrote for charity. The opening from Albus Dumbledore made the point of saying it was completely fictional. It's supposed to be a copy of the book in the Library of Hogwarts School

Quidditch Through the Ages is a book detailing the history, evolution, and rules of Quidditch first published in 1952

Quidditch Through the Ages is a book detailing the history, evolution, and rules of Quidditch first published in 1952. It was written by Kennilworthy Whisp and became one of the most popular books in the library of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The school librarian, Madam Pince states that it is "pawed about, dribbled on and generally maltreated nearly every day" although the Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore states that this is praise for a book

Since 2001, the books that J. K. Rowling kindly wrote especially for Comic Relief U. Quidditch Through the Ages.

Since 2001, the books that J. One way in which this money helps is by giving a vital education to children who live in extreme poverty in some of the world’s poorest countries

Quidditch through the Ages - Wonderful. Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them.

Quidditch through the Ages - Wonderful. I love reading about the extensive history of that magical sport we all know or of which we are unaware, and either love or hate or somewhere in between. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - The content is great, but the best parts are Harry and Ron's scribbles. The most recent Harry Potter books to be released was Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, which came out during the summer of 2000. This is a little gem to learn more about the rich world that J. Rowling has created to Harry Potter.

The Quidditch textbook explains where the Golden Snitch came from, how the Bludgers came into existence, and .

The Quidditch textbook explains where the Golden Snitch came from, how the Bludgers came into existence, and why the Wigtown Wanderers have pictures of meat cleavers on their clothes. Both books, designed to look like Harry Potter's actual, used Hogwarts textbooks, feature silly scribblings from Harry, Ron, and Hermione. Product Description When first released to Muggles in March 2001, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Quidditch Through the Ages further enlightened Harry Potter fans about the dangers and delights of the wizarding world.

Quidditch Through the Ages is a 2001 book written by British author J. Rowling using the pseudonym of Kennilworthy Whisp about Quidditch in the Harry Potter universe. It purports to be the Hogwarts library's copy of the non-fiction book of the same name mentioned in several novels of the Harry Potter series. The book benefits the BBC affiliated charity Comic Relief. Over 80% of the cover price of each book sold goes directly to poor children in various places around the world.

Comments to eBook Harry Potter Schoolbooks: Quidditch Through the Ages and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
BroWelm
I still can't believe the Magical Council of the United States let these books get published for muggles. I am half blood and when my muggle mother informed me that two of my favorite books where being released for muggles to read I was astounded. If you want an insight to the magical world feel free to read these. They are quite informative on the game of Quidditch (which the USA has two professional teams the Fitchburg and Sweetwater teams, I'm partial to Sweetwater myself having lived in the south as a girl) and the other book has some of the many magical creatures found around the world. Seeing as my last copy of Fantastic Beast and Where to Find them ended up at the bottom of a bog where a Hinkypunk tricked me into going hard cover is the way to go. I would ask your wizard neighbor to charm the books to be waterproof and to come when called in an emergency.
Kearanny
Since I started reading the Harry Potter book series I have always wanted to see what his schoolbooks were like. Now, I was able to read them. They are excellent, and I just don't know how J.K. Rowling gets all of these ideas for the different beasts, and the different types of balls used for Quidditch. She is truly a remarkable writer.
Both of the books are modeled after the textbooks mentioned in the series and are written by the great authors Kennilworthy Whisp and Next Salamander(with the help of J.K Rowling). They also have a foreward by Dumbledore, in which Dumbledore explains that the purpose of releasing the books for muggles is to raise money for charity. Any muggle will have fun reading all of the many sections of these books about Quidditch and magical beasts. The Fantastic Beasts and Where to find Them, which I have read the most, is is a very good branch of Rowling's imagination. It talks about many different creatures, both dangerous and peaceful. Harry and Ron have written many notes in the book, some relating to the Chudley Cannons, some about Hagrid's love of monsters, and many about what they learned from facing monsters(they can confirm that there are giant spiders in Scotland). The other book is taken from the Hogwarts library, and we can tell that all of the Quidditch players have used this book often. It describes the history of Quidditch, the rules, the ancient forms of Quidditch, and the popularity of the game. It's pretty amazing what one can learn from these books. We learn that dodos aren't really extinct, but are magical birds that disappear from muggle sight. We learn that fairies lay eggs and grow in cocoons. We learn that America, Quodpot is more popular than Quidditch. We also learn the ten most common fouls of the seven hundred fouls that exist. We can even learn how many dollars Galleons are equivilent to. These books help us learn a part of the Harry Potter books we didn't know. Anyone impatient for the next book in the series will find relief here. I can assure you will love laughing at the cute humor. I hope for more text books in the future!
Thanks J.K and Thank You for Taking Time to Read My Review,
Jordan
Frlas
This set of books is a litlte bit on the young readers side for me, but the Potter books were geared to a young age reader anyway, I guess. I enjoyed flipping through these, and I especially enjoyed the parts of the books where the students had written notes in the margins of the pages, just like real children would mark-up text books. For the price, this set is cute enougha nd contains enough "meat" to warrant a couple of sit-downs. I read them in the bathtub. . . and they were each just enough to keep my mind warm while the water did the trick for the rest of me.

I am reviewing this set of books about five to seven years too late and I haven't read them in some time. This review is not going anywhere at this point, so. . . . bottom line, pretty good and you should buy them if you are a Potter fan and you just can't get grip on the end of the whole Potter book series and you need a little bit more. It's better than the Tlae sof Beedle the Bard anyway.
Jesmi
This is SUCH a fun gift for an Harry Potter fan! And a cute gift for kids as well!

These books Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them and Quidditch Through the Ages are written by THE JK Rowling so don't be fooled by the author names - these are the real deal!
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