Did you love Candlewick’s “The Dark Arts: A Movie Scrapbook” by Jody Revenson? Then you’ll be glad to know the series is continuing with “Diagon Alley: The Movie Scrapbook”, which is now available in stores.
Check out the newest Magical Projections book from Candlewick, available now! Light up your walls and ceiling with magical shadows featuring some of our favorite scenes about Patronuses.
Last week, the two biggest book extravaganzas of the year descended upon New York City – BookExpo, a conference for press, booksellers, and publishing insiders that previews the fall’s most anticipated book releases, and BookCon, a convention for all those who love to read!
Available starting today, there is a different kind of “Harry Potter” book on the market: a flip book of scenes you can project onto the wall or ceiling. Trust us – the results are nothing short of magical!
Candlewick’s new “J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World: Curious Creatures” is a fun and beautiful edition to your “Potter” library! Check out some of its best features in our review.
Great news! We here at MuggleNet have been having a great time exploring the “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” tie-in title recently released from Candlewick Press – and now you have a chance to win a set of your very own!
“J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World: Movie Magic Volume One” Highlights the Best of “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts”
We’re under the one-month mark until “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is released, but that short time period doesn’t mean we don’t need something “Potter”-ish to tide us over until that happy day arrives. Luckily, some of the merchandise that was first teased over the summer is starting to be released, including “J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World: Movie Magic Volume One”!
Ownership of the Magic Tree, an independent bookstore in the western Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Illinois, is changing hands. MuggleNet held two “Harry Potter” book release parties in coordination with the Magic Tree and has compiled stories and details of the Magic Tree’s impressive 30-year existence.