Harry Potter: Hogwarts Building Cards School of Witchcraft & Wizardry by Klutz Press
  

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Harry Potter: Hogwarts Building Cards School of Witchcraft & Wizardry by Klutz Press

Because the Hogwarts castle looms so large in the imaginations of fans all over the world, we packaged this Building Cards(TM) set with over 275 pull-apart cards. Sturdy slot-to-slot construction means there is no need for glue or nails and the cards can be taken apart and reassembled over and over again. The instructions feature assembly hints, step-by-step illustrations and directions so simple even a Muggle could follow them. Also comes with a custom-molded Harry Potter figurine.

TM & (c) Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Harry Potter Publishing Rights (c)JKR

(s07) SCUS 6121

Comes With: 90 perforated leaves that break into 278 building cards, a custom-molded Harry Potter figurine

- Create wonderful things - Be good - Have fun

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains Spiral bound and Undefined
39 pages

Author

Klutz Press
More books by Klutz Press

Publisher

Klutz Press Inc an imprint of Scholastic US

Publication date

4th January 2010

ISBN

9781591747727


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