New Harry Potter World Books

Kids! This is not a drill, J.K. Rowling is releasing new HP World ebooks this September!!

Yesterday morning it was announced on www.pottermore.com that J.K. Rowling will be releasing three, yes THREE, new ebooks – personally I’m a bit gutted they won’t be coming out in hardback (maybe they will do eventually?), but listen, we’ll take what we can get won’t we!?!

Photo Credit: http://www.pottermore.com

The trio are called “Pottermore Presents” with individual titles of “Hogwarts: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide” (ever wonder what happens when the sorting hat can’t decide on a house for a student?), “Short Stories from Hogwarts of Power, Political and Pesky Poltergeists” (containing new writing on Horace Slughorn) and “Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies” (including new writing on Minerva McGonagall’s involvement in the second Wizarding War). Each of the trio will explore a different Hogwarts theme.

They are currently available to pre-order on Amazon UK (Kindle) and they’re just £1.99 a piece – good right!?! They’re also available for pre-order through Barnes and Noble, Amazon.com, iBooks and Kobo Books.

I love the cover art, according to Pottermore, the graphic design team behind them are MinaLima, who are also responsible for the artwork on the Harry Potter Films – no wonder I’m a fan!

I thought I was excited when the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child script came out, but I’m pretty sure, come September 6th, it’ll be a whole other type of excited!!

Will you be picking up the trio?

Rxx

 

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