Fantastic Beasts Sequels: Everything We Know About The Next Four MoviesRowling under the pen name of the fictitious author Newt Scamander about the magical creatures in the Harry Potter universe. The original version, illustrated by the author herself, purports to be Harry Potter 's copy of the textbook of the same name mentioned in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone or Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in the US , the first novel of the Harry Potter series. It includes several notes inside it supposedly handwritten by Harry, Ron Weasley , and Hermione Granger , detailing their own experiences with some of the beasts described, and including in-jokes relating to the original series. In a interview with publisher Scholastic , Rowling stated that she chose the subject of magical creatures because it was a fun topic for which she had already developed a lot of information in earlier books. Rowling's name did not appear on the cover of the first edition, the work being credited under the pen name "Newt Scamander", who, in the books, wrote this textbook as seen on Harry's supply list for his first year. On 12 September , Warner Bros.
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Rowling for the Comic Relief Charity in The premise states that the book has been released in the Muggle world to help raise money for needy causes. Throughout the editions prior to are hand-written comments by Ron Weasley , Hermione Granger and Harry Potter , as well as a blurb and foreword by Albus Dumbledore. There are many editions of the book. To mark the release of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film, three new book covers were designed by Pottermore , Bloomsbury and Scholastic , and Rowling added new information. Each new edition was released 14 March There is also an audio book edition narrated by Eddie Redmayne , who portrays the author Newt Scamander in the film adaptations.
Quidditch Through the Ages is a book written by British author J. 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 was recorded as an unabridged audiobook in and read by Andrew Lincoln. The Audible version of the audiobook also includes over an hour-and-a-half of bonus content. In both the fictional and real world it is the definitive handbook on the history and intricacies of the game. It also serves as a catalogue of the many British Quidditch teams.
A joint British and American production, it is a spin-off and prequel to the Harry Potter film series , and is produced and written by J. Rowling in her screenwriting debut, inspired by her guide book of the same name. It is the first installment in the Fantastic Beasts film series , and ninth overall in the Wizarding World franchise, that began with the Harry Potter films. As Newt listens to her speaking about witches and wizards being real and dangerous, a Niffler escapes from Newt's magically expanded suitcase, which houses various magical creatures. As Newt attempts to capture the Niffler, he meets No-Maj cannery worker and aspiring baker Jacob Kowalski, and they unwittingly swap suitcases. However, as Jacob's suitcase contains only baked goods, Newt is released. At Jacob's tenement apartment, several creatures escape from Newt's suitcase.