Harry Potter Film Wizardry & Harry Potter Page to Screen (*all ages)

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Title: Harry Potter Film Wizardry.

Author: Brian Siblen.

Year of Publication: 2010.

Publisher: Bantam Press.

Format: Available in hardback only.

Cost for Hardback (RRP): £26 (UK).

Age Range: All ages.

 

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Title: Harry Potter Page to Screen.

Author: Bob McCabe.

Year of Publication: 2011.

Publisher: Titan Books.

Format: Available in hardback only.

Cost for Hardback (RRP): £49.99 (UK).

Age Range: All ages.

 

I’ve decided to do two books here because they are both very similar to each other in a lot of ways, so it seemed pointless doing two separate reviews; yet I still wanted to give you the choice of both.

Both theses books are about how the Harry Potter films were made, and include tons of photos (partly why the books are expensive). They tell you things that you’d never get to know about unless you are lucky enough to go to the studio tours at Leavesden Studios in London, such has how things were made and designed, and loads of other cool stuff to.

The biggest difference between the two books is that Harry Potter Film Wizardry includes some little goodies, like a Marauder’s Map, a Hogwarts Acceptance Letter, and a Yule Ball program amongst other things.

Both of theses books are so cool for any Potterhead, so I’d certainly be trying to get your parents to buy you one of these books as birthday present or for Christmas/Eid/Hanukkah etc. If you live in the UK, try to find a copy of Harry Potter Page to Screen in your local ‘The Works’ bookstore as the one near me currently has some on sale.

 

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou.

Thestral.

 

P.S. Don’t forget that the prices are the UK Recommended Retail Price, you can always find cheaper if you shop around. 🙂

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