Take a peek at the new Illustrated Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them book with this flip-thru reveal with a few special guests!
Want to know how much more magnificent the new Illustrated Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them book is, but don’t know that you want to purchase it first? All me and a few of my Pop friends show you around!
Newt Scamander has a few things to say to get the story started. And make sure to look for editor’s notes throughout the book.
“I came to Hagrid from a distant land, in the pockets of a traveler.”
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“Now, come on, Pickett….No, they’re gnot gonna bully you, now come on. … All right. And that’s exactly why they accuse me of favoritism.
“The Demiguise is found in the Far East, though only with great difficulty, for this beast is able to make itself invisible when threatened, and can be seen only by wizards skilled in its capture. ”
The Grindylow is a pale green water demon. It is found throughout lakes in Britain and Ireland, including the lake at Hogwarts. It acts with aggression towards muggles and wizards alike, but Merpeople have been known to domesticate it.
Niffler: a long-snouted, burrowing creatures native to Britain with a penchant for anything shiny.
Plumed, two-legged winged creature with a serpentine body, that is fiercely protective of its eggs. The Occamy is aggressive to all who approach it, particularly in defence of its eggs, whose shells are made of the purest, softest silver.
“Fascinating,” said Snape, without looking at it. “You should drink that directly, Lupin.” “Yes, Yes, I will,” said Lupin. “I made an entire cauldronful,” Snape continued. “If you need more.” “I should probably have some again tomorrow. Thanks very much, Severus.” “Not at all,” said Snape, but there was a look in his eye Harry didn’t like.
My thoughts: This is a great sketchbook adaptation of the original Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them book that Jo released for Comic Relief. It is not as intricately illustrated as the Jim McKay Illustrated Harry Potter books, but it is still fascinating. There is no dust jacket with this edition.
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ILLUSTRATED FANTASTIC BEASTS REVEAL