Can you remember which scenes you saw on screen and not in the pages of the book?
Tagged: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
The “Harry Potter” book’s owner bought it for 30p (39¢) from Wolverhampton Library in England because it had become too tatty to lend out.
This editorial takes another look at some of the alchemical symbolism of the “Harry Potter” series.
“Harry Potter” marathons are incoming because all eight “Potter” films are now available to watch on Netflix UK.
Original uncorrected galley sheets of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” predate any published first-edition copies.
A rare edition of “Philosopher’s Stone” will be going up for sale at the New York International Antiquarian Book Fair in April.
Librarian’s Signed First-Edition “Harry Potter” Books After Chance Meeting with the Author in 1999 Went Up for Auction
A school librarian’s two signed first-edition “Harry Potter” books and original photo with the author went up for auction at Hansons Auctioneers.
You’re going to want to fly, not walk, to experience Warner Bros. Studio Tour London’s new feature this summer.
The only thing they forgot, apparently, was our invitation.