The Book of Harry Potter Trifles, Trivias, and Particularities Volume 1 by Racheline Maltese
  

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The Book of Harry Potter Trifles, Trivias, and Particularities Volume 1 by Racheline Maltese

The first of three books in an exciting new series, The Book of Harry Potter Trifles, Trivias and Particularities is designed to delight and challenge Potter fans of all ages. Its nine quests, each built around a different aspect of wizardry -- Hogwarts and Academia, Potions and Spells, Magical Menagerie, and others -- contain questions in three skill levels: Salamander, Phoenix, and Dragon. These magical creatures increase in size, just as the questions increase in difficulty. All are associated with the element of fire, which is said to govern leadership, enthusiasm, and competitiveness, making it an ideal theme for question difficulty. An answer key at the end of each quest allows readers to check their answers by question number, with the source of the answer cited according to book and chapter number. Scattered throughout, hints and intriguing trivia tidbits, including little-known historical facts referenced in the Potter series, keep readers informed, engaged, and entertained.

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This book rocks as much as we do. -- Brian Ross , Draco & the Malfoys

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Book Info

Format

Paperback / softback

Author

Racheline Maltese
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Publisher

Sterling & Ross

Publication date

28th October 2007

ISBN

9780977954520


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