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Two New Harry Potter Books

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If you’re a Harry Potter fan, it’s time to celebrate with some butter beer and Bertie Bott’s every flavored beans because two more books are coming out. In celebration of the magical universe’s 20th anniversary, two new books will unveil in conjunction with the British Library at an exhibition called “A History of Magic,” which will take place from October 2017 to February 2018.

Before the enthusiasts reading start dusting their wands and hunt for their invisibility cloak, there is a vital point that should be made clear: the two new books are not necessarily written by J.K Rowling. Alternatively, these books are about the history and nitty-gritty information about the magical world of Hogwarts.

The book, “Harry Potter — A Journey Through the History of Magic” will entertain the curriculum studied at Hogwarts, like Herbology and Care of Magical Creatures. The second book, “Harry Potter — A History of Magic” will include the untouched subjects of alchemy and unicorns. These books will also include manuscripts and never-before-seen sketches by J.K Rowling and whimsical illustrations from Jim Kay. Additionally, there will be artifacts from archives at the library.

Even though there isn’t going to be the lovable characters of Harry, Ron and Hermione in the new books, they will certainly give readers a unique journey through Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

The five-month long exhibition at The British Library will expose the origin of the sorcerer’s stone and medieval descriptions of dragons and griffins. There will be never-before-seen insight into the stories and characters, as well.

In the Care of Magical Creatures section at the exhibition, HP fans will even get to view old printed books with magical creatures, which were the inspiration for creatures likeNorbert the Norwegian Ridgeback and Fawkes the Phoenix.

If you’re a Harry Potter fan, get out your broom out now because you have a lot to look forward to with these upcoming books.

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