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The House Editions of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Hufflepuff Edition
The summer holidays are dragging on and Harry Potter can't wait for the start of the school year. It is his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and there are spells to be learnt and (unluckily) Potions and Divination lessons to be attended. But Harry needs to be on his guard at all times - his worst enemy is preparing a terrible fate for him. With characteristic wit, fast-paced humour and marvellous emotional depth, J.K. Rowling has proved herself yet again to be a master storyteller.
*** 6 February 2020 is Harry Potter Book Night, a special event to celebrate the enduring appeal of Harry Potter. There are events at schools, bookshops, libraries and community groups throughout the UK & Ireland - and indeed the world - and and as part of the celebrations Bloomsbury Children's Books wants to know what your favourite Harry Potter spell is! Visit www.harrypotter.bloomsbury.com for more details about events.
Emma Hopkin, Children’s M.D. of Bloomsbury Children’s Books said, “We are well aware of the enduring love for J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter novels so our aim for Harry Potter Book Night has always been to attract new readers to the books – and the overwhelming response from teachers, schools, libraries, Brownie and Girl Guide groups and bookshops will achieve just that so we couldn’t be more pleased.”
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Let the magic of J.K. Rowling's classic Harry Potter series take you back to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
This Hufflepuff House Edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire celebrates the noble character of the Hogwarts house famed for its dedication, patience and loyalty.
Harry's fourth year at Hogwarts is packed with more great Hufflepuff moments and characters - not least the heroism and valour of Hogwarts champion Cedric Diggory in the thrilling Triwizard Tournament ...
Each Hufflepuff House Edition features vibrant sprayed edges and intricate silver foiling. The Goblet of Fire blazes at the very centre of the front cover, framed by stunning iconography that draws on themes and moments from J.K. Rowling's much-loved story. In addition to a bespoke introduction and exclusive insights into the magical paintings of Hogwarts, the book also boasts new illustrations by Kate Greenaway winner Levi Pinfold, including a spectacular portrait of Hogwarts' heartthrob, Cedric Diggory. All seven books in the series will be issued in these highly collectable, beautifully crafted House Editions, designed to be treasured and read for years to come.
A must-have for anyone who has ever imagined sitting under the Sorting Hat in the Great Hall at Hogwarts waiting to hear the words, 'Better be HUFFLEPUFF!'
I've yet to meet a ten-year-old who hasn't been entranced by its witty, complex plot and the character of the eponymous Harry Independent
Spellbinding, enchanting, bewitching stuff Mirror
Teachers say a chapter can silence the most rowdy of classes Guardian
One of the greatest literary adventures of modern times Sunday Telegraph
The Harry Potter stories will join that small group of children's books which are read and reread into adulthood TLS
|Publication date:||23rd January 2020|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Childrens Books an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Genres:||Fantasy / Magical, General Fiction|
J. K. (Jo) Rowling was born in Chipping Sodbury in the UK in 1965. She attended the University of Exeter in Devon where she studied French. Her parents hoped that by studying languages, she would enjoy a great career as a bilingual secretary. But as Jo recalls, 'I am one of the most disorganised people in the world and, as I later proved, the worst secretary ever.' She claims that she never paid much attention in meetings because she was too busy scribbling down ideas. When she was 26, she went to Portugal to teach English, which she really enjoyed. Working ...More About J.K. Rowling