This week’s list comes from my personal collection, rather than the library. I received all of these, along with Harry Potter Page to Screen back at Christmas, but I haven’t been able to read these smaller volumes, yet. I need to get on it because another one, Harry Potter: The Artifact Vault, comes out in June and I’ve already got it pre-ordered. So my task this weekend is to at least begin this amazing journey. I look forward to some fabulous eye candy!
In other news, mark your calendars because on Thursday, May 19th, I’m going to host a featured author discussion over on Goodreads. I’ll be checking in all day long to answer questions about myself, my work, freelancing, Broken Fate, board games, or pretty much whatever else you want to talk about. It’ll be fun and there will be a giveaway, so be sure to stop by!
- Harry Potter: The Character Vault, by Jody Revenson. This book takes a look at all of the characters, their costumes and makeup. With a cast that changed/aged so much over the course of filming, I think it’ll be fascinating to see how their looks and outfits changed over the series.
Harry Potter: Magical Places from the Films: Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, and Beyond, by Jody Revenson. This book examines the locations from the films, both the real ones and the places and buildings that had to be created for the films.
Harry Potter: The Creature Vault: The Creatures and Plants of the Harry Potter Films, by Jody Revenson. Finally, this book examines the creatures and critters from the films. I think this is the on that I’m most looking forward to. I may have to skip the bits about Aragog, though.