A quick perusal of Scholastic’s 2019 catalog reveals a selection of fun “Harry Potter” tie-ins to tide us over until the “Goblet of Fire” illustrated edition comes out.
American “Harry Potter” publisher Arthur A. Levine announces his departure from Scholastic as he prepares to launch his own independent publishing house.
If you have “Harry Potter” 20th-anniversary whiplash, we don’t blame you. Amid all the different tweets and news stories, some fans have been wondering: What is the correct date for celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”?
With Scholastic’s 20th anniversary celebrations in full swing, Brian Selznick discusses dealing with fan expectations, the challenges of designing the new covers, and the uniqueness of the “Potter” experience.
You’re going to want to take a look at Scholastic’s new line of “Harry Potter” tie-in books, which range from Scratch & Sniff to LEGO and more!
From crafting workshops to book clubs, the New York City stay of the “Harry Potter: A History of Magic” exhibition has something to cater for every “Harry Potter” fan.
“Harry Potter: A History of Magic” is the official companion book to the exhibition in New York City, which opens October 5, 2018. The book will feature some surprises with an “American twist.”
Three of the artists behind different “Harry Potter” editions discuss their process and how they took on illustrating the magical world at a special panel celebrating 20 years of the series in the United States at San Diego Comic-Con 2018.