A Muggle's Guide to the Wizarding World: Exploring the Harry Potter Universe

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ECW Press, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 466 pages
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From Azkaban to zombies, every aspect of the enthralling universe in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series is explained, expanded, and celebrated in this literary guidebook for Muggles (humans who are often not aware of the magical world that witches and wizards inhabit). Characters, creatures, locations, and objects in the series are explored, including the magicians' school Hogwarts, the sport of Quidditch, and the practitioners of the dark arts. Enthusiasts of the series will find supplementary information on the historical roots of the symbolism and mythology used in the series, how the books and movies compare, and creative ideas for throwing a Harry Potter–themed party.

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This is a book of yours, but you shouldn't write ir because the orginal idea is from Joanne Rowling. You're a shammer.

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Though this book only covers up to the fifth book, it is completely detailed in every aspect. Recommended for HUGE Harry Potter Geeks (like me). Read full review


PART ONE The Characters
The Grangers
The Weasfeys

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Fionna Boyle is an editor at MediaBlvd.com and a contributor to Home & School, MD News, and The Toronto Star. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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