Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter, Books 1-4

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Wizarding World Press, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 412 pages
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This Ultimate Unofficial Guide has what fans crave: - Secrets revealed! - Instructions on how to find clues - Recent hints and information from JK Rowling's chats and interviews - Brief summaries of the mysteries for each of the first four books - Tons of great Harry Potter info! This guide is a must-have to keep the ultimate Harry Potter fan busy while waiting for Book 5.

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I had SO MUCH FUN with this when I was young and trying to predict the ending to the Harry Potter series - I don't care what anyone else thinks!

Review: Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter: Analysis of Books 1-4

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I just found this book on Goodreads, but I read it years ago before the last couple of books were out. There were some good bits, but for the most part I felt like the book just hyped itself the whole time. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Galadriel Waters is a researcher and writer on popular culture, with a mysterious knack for predicting consumer trends. She has written numerous articles fro H&S Media about Harry Potter and Pokemon. She lives in Des Plaines, IL.

Professor Astre Mithrandir has degrees in astronomy, physics, and engineering. He has a lot of natural talents in optical phenomenon, and works in business with lasers and radar. He lives in Chicago, IL.