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How can we say it is A Good FictionFor me one of the elements that make me fall in love easily into a fiction book is how realistic it can be.ofcourse not the non fiction realistic, but real enough that makes the world very fantasy and at the same time acceptable to imagine it easily.I don t know how to explain but just look at that world J.K.RowlingAKA The Queen of United Magic Kingdomcreates..Wizard and Witches lives deep in London, across the UK and even all over the world.They got How can we say it is A Good FictionFor me one of the elements that make me fall in love easily into a fiction book is how realistic it can be.ofcourse not the non fiction realistic, but real enough that makes the world very fantasy and at the same time acceptable to imagine it easily.I don t know how to explain but just look at that world J.K.RowlingAKA The Queen of United Magic Kingdomcreates..Wizard and Witches lives deep in London, across the UK and even all over the world.They got their way to hide from us The Muggles the non magical folks and since there s real wizard and witches in that world our world the one created by Rowling there s also magical creatures, pets and beasts The Book Starts with a introduction to get to know the author of this Mini Encyclopedia Newt Scamander who had traveled the world to collect these precious information about the magical Fantastic creatures.Then a description of the Beast being as the Magizoology and the Wizard low says and it was a real piece of the History of Magica book I wish to be made for muggles one dayAnd then the encyclopedia of the Fantastic beasts and creatures starts, with it s origins and legends and how dangerous it is,in a very funny way yet keeping a professional tone of Encyclopedia Rowling takes us in a brief journey into the fantastic world of these beast and creatures, The Great thing here is that some of those are common, even famous among our Real world..such as the paranormal, mysterious creatures like Loch Ness , Bigfoot and even the trolls or the legendary from famous myths and legends like Dragons , Phoenix , Sphinx and even unicornOr the other wired animals and birds like the Salamanders or the Dodo Bird May be there s some complains of the lack of pictures, but I believe it isn t that disadvantage since some of the creatures are known previously from old legends and myths and others the writer just prefer that you d let your imagination works on its own I didn t like it also at the beginning but find it better later, and I find out the creators of the Harry Potter Video Games that based on the movies take the descriptions of many of the creatures that appears at the games from that books since most of them wasn t at the novels or the movie itself.Finally it s a real fun reading , full of information about a world..That may be hidden at our world You can read it even if you didn t read Harry s books beforeMohammed ArabeyAlexandria in 19 3 2013 I gave the original Fantastic Beasts book 3.5 stars, but this illustrated edition is SO FREAKING GORGEOUS it deserves nothing less than 5 stars MY GOD. As a proper witch muggle born , I was required to have a copy of this book as Professor Dumbledore declared in the foreword thatno wizarding household is complete without a copy of this bookSo I wasted no time and got myself a copy at Flourish and Botts My very own duplicate of Harry Potter s copy and I enjoyed it a lot especially Professor Dumbledore s foreword You only have to read a part of his foreword to be convinced to read the book But what I enjoyed evenwere Ron s, Harr As a proper witch muggle born , I was required to have a copy of this book as Professor Dumbledore declared in the foreword thatno wizarding household is complete without a copy of this bookSo I wasted no time and got myself a copy at Flourish and Botts My very own duplicate of Harry Potter s copy and I enjoyed it a lot especially Professor Dumbledore s foreword You only have to read a part of his foreword to be convinced to read the book But what I enjoyed evenwere Ron s, Harry s and Hermione s scribbling on random pages of the book Just a few samples Harry loves Moaning Myrtle Bahaha The 1965 Ban on Experimental Breeding has made the creation of new species illegal but no one s told Hagrid I m pretty sure it s Ron who classified ACROMANTULA with 10 X s Lol Billywig, Gnomes, Kneazles and of course Hippogriffs are some of my favorite magical creatures This is the best schoolbook ever It s informative, creative, smartly written oraccurately, very nerdily written, fun and of course, magical It prolonged my magical experience and I couldn t stop myself from ending my sentences with exclamation marks It s like J.K yep, we re that close knows exactly what I need Thank you 3 Now I m evenexcited for the movie More importantly, happy early birthday to my wonderful friend, Trixi Click her name for her review, oh and March 5 is her actual birthday May the flame of happiness never blow out of your life, my friend 3 Merlin s beard Important This is the original reference book, published by JK Rowling and not the 2016 s novelization of the movie with the same title GOTTA CATCH EM ALL This reference book about the magical beasts in the world of Harry Potter is truly fantastic While I have no doubt that the decision of doing movie adaptations about this reference book is basically to keep milking the magic cows of the Harry Potter s saga, now that I finally read the reference book, I have to admi Merlin s beard Important This is the original reference book, published by JK Rowling and not the 2016 s novelization of the movie with the same title GOTTA CATCH EM ALL This reference book about the magical beasts in the world of Harry Potter is truly fantastic While I have no doubt that the decision of doing movie adaptations about this reference book is basically to keep milking the magic cows of the Harry Potter s saga, now that I finally read the reference book, I have to admit that there is a lot of material here to be used on movies and even showing several creatures that you never read about on the novels of the saga.Obviously you will learn about known beasts like dragons, centaurs, werewolves, basilisks and even acromantulas, you will read too about many other fantastic beasts with detailed info about each of them and that they never appeared on the seven novels of the series.J.K Rowling did a magical work here It s truly amazing so much imagination and details that she developed here, evenimpressive taking in account that many of those creatures never appeared in the saga.Also, you will read about all the politics behind of defining how to control those beasts even on times before of the existence of the Ministry of Magic And of course, also, during the course of the ministry, even detailing how complicated and polemic became to classify certain creatures easily seen as beings instead of beasts.Definitely this is a quick but wonderful engaging reading of the magical world of Harry Potter 3.5 I really loved the intro but I was disappointed that there was no picture of each beast.Still, it s always nice to go back in that universe Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Hogwarts Library , Newt Scamander, J.K RowlingFantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a 2001 book written by British author J K Rowling under the pen name of the fictitious author Newt Scamander about the magical creatures in the Harry Potter universe The original version 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 , t Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Hogwarts Library , Newt Scamander, J.K RowlingFantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a 2001 book written by British author J K Rowling under the pen name of the fictitious author Newt Scamander about the magical creatures in the Harry Potter universe The original version 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 20021380 109 9645757142 1380 1382 1384 1386 20 J.K Rowling is a clever witch She conjured up a beautifully imaginative world when she wrote the Harry Potter series, and she only cements it here I love the fact that we actually get to read a physical book that appears in her universe, as if we were students at Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry It s a great idea and I think only add depth to her story It also shows how early on she was thinking about Fantastic Beats the movie and reading this adds a littleto that brilliant J.K Rowling is a clever witch She conjured up a beautifully imaginative world when she wrote the Harry Potter series, and she only cements it here I love the fact that we actually get to read a physical book that appears in her universe, as if we were students at Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry It s a great idea and I think only add depth to her story It also shows how early on she was thinking about Fantastic Beats the movie and reading this adds a littleto that brilliant film.I only wish it d been a little longer Trans Lives Matter JKRMermaids UKThe Trevor ProjectBlack Visions Collective because Black trans lives matter Trans Lives Matter JKRMermaids UKThe Trevor ProjectBlack Visions Collective because Black trans lives matter Cue the inhuman shrieks of joy As a longtime fan,I am just revelingin this latest illustrating the HP books trend Especially considering J.K s original bestiary gave scant descriptions of some wholly unknown and many extremely quirky creatures Literally, over the moon In the new edition, Newt Scamander s forward is quick to mention that all proceeds go to comic relief a truly admirable Muggle charity In addition I was permitted to reissue the book only on that a disclaim Cue the inhuman shrieks of joy As a longtime fan,I am just revelingin this latest illustrating the HP books trend Especially considering J.K s original bestiary gave scant descriptions of some wholly unknown and many extremely quirky creatures Literally, over the moon In the new edition, Newt Scamander s forward is quick to mention that all proceeds go to comic relief a truly admirable Muggle charity In addition I was permitted to reissue the book only on that a disclaimer was included, assuring Muggle readers that it was a work of fiction We now have new creatures, including the Hodag, Horned Serpent, Thunderbird, Hidebehind, Wampus Cat and Snallygaster my favorite , which brings up the total to 81 to reflect Newt s journey to America Within the new creatures descriptions are references to Ilvermorny U.S version of Hogwarts Figure 1 Snallygaster part lizard, part bird that is sometimes mistaken as the Loch Ness Monster in part due to its curious nature Some of the creatures featured in the movies looked slightly different Notably, the grindylow instead of being an octopus like water demon has become a mermaid with legs Figure 2 The Grindylow a water demon Famous for ruining Fleur de Lacour s chances at eternal glory Absent from this edition, the painfully small scribblings from Harry, Ron and Hermione While I miss l missed their quirky musings and chatter, the full color illustrationsthan make up for that This is truly a beautiful book It is my fondest hope that a new generation of witches and wizards will find in its pages fresh reason to love and protect the incredible beasts with whom we share magic Figure 3 The Unicorn by far the absolute best mythical creature in the world The Finer Books Club 2018 Reading Challenge A book you picked because of the coverYouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat miranda.reads Happy Reading An approved textbook at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry since publication, Newt Scamander s masterpiece has entertained wizarding families through the generations Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is an indispensable introduction to the magical beasts of the Wizarding World Scamander s years of travel and research have created a tome of unparalleled importance Some of the beasts will be familiar to readers of the Harry Potter books the Hippogriff, the Basilisk, the Hungarian Horntail Others will surprise even the most ardent amateur Magizoologist This is an essential companion to the Harry Potter stories, and includes a new foreword from JK Rowling writing as Newt Scamander and six new beasts