After writing the scripts for Fantastic Beasts and Damned child play, J.K. Rowling is blessing the magical world with an even more exciting content. As reported in Pottermore, a new series of four short Harry Potter e-books designed to explore the origins of magic will reach enthusiastic fans everywhere, and soon; The first installments debut in June.
The series will explore "traditional folklore and magic at the heart of the Harry Potter stories" according to Pottermore, and the books will be divided into different segments of the famous lesson plans of Hogwarts. The titles are: A journey through the charms and the defense against the dark arts; A journey through divination and astronomy; A journey through the care of magical creatures; Y A trip through potions and herbology.
"It seems part of human nature to want to believe in the incredible: from the bestiaries and curio cabinets of medieval times onwards," Pottermore wrote of the imminent launch of the electronic book. "We believe that truth and myth are easily distinguished today, but the magical creatures and the stories that surround us continue to fascinate us, and are as fundamental to Harry Potter stories as Harry, Hermione and Ron."
If you've been nibbling the bite even for a little more of Harry Potter's kindness since the last Fantastic Beasts movie released in 2018, Now you have these works to wait for. Sure, they're not labeled as official Hogwarts textbooks, but they're pretty close; Pottermore states that the electronic books were adapted from parts of the official audio book created for the British Library exhibition. Harry Potter – A story of magic back in October. According to the announcement, each book offers fans a better image, a portal, if desired, of "colorful characters and curious incidents of the true story of magic, in a more compact form."
The new readings are described in Pottermore as "bitesized", which is great news for fans on the move. In addition, each e-book contains more than what some Hogwarts students may see as "old and covered text." All books have a lot of notes, pages of manuscripts and sketches to study carefully, many of which were previously presented in the visual Harry Potter: A story of magic exposition in London, which began in 2017. The books are also combined with elegant and visually striking covers, which undoubtedly will make you want them printed, but maybe that is planned somewhere in the line.
The first pair of electronic books, which includes the Charms and Defense against the Dark Arts sections, as well as the Potions and Herbology parts of the "curriculum", will be released on June 27. The others are ready to follow "shortly after," according to Pottermore's official announcement. Readers can expect the books to be released in English, French, Italian and German at first, and this implies that additional languages will be added in the coming months.
Can not you wait to learn about some of the most exciting building blocks in the Harry Potter universe? You can pre-order books now through Amazon, Apple App Store and Kobo.