Buy ‘Quidditch Through the Ages’ and ‘Fantastic Beasts’ eBooks at Pottermore

Pottermore has announced (via email) that it will be exclusively selling the eBooks for J.K. Rowling’s two Harry Potter supplementary school books, Quidditch through the Ages and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, through Sony’s Pottermore Shop.

Quidditch through the Ages, by Kennilworthy Whisp, is one of the most popular titles in the Hogwarts school library. Now you can learn about Quidditch history too. Would you like to know about some of the seven hundred Quidditch fouls that have taken place? Or learn about the more difficult Quidditch moves? Then this is the book for you.

Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them, by Newt Scamander, is a duplicate of Harry Potter’s own copy and provides a useful guide to both the mundane and the more unusual magical creatures found in the wizarding world. It comes complete with additional informative notes from Harry and his friends.

Rowling wrote the two books over a decade ago and now both texts are available as part of your eBook collection in English (US and UK editions), and all proceeds from the purchases of these eBooks from the Pottermore Shop will be donated to Comic Relief.

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About Josephine Hardy

A 26-year-old writer from Melbourne, Australia currently living with her husband in Fayetteville, Arkansas (USA). Content Marketing Producer at Simply Measured, hobby genealogist, cat lover, and world traveler.

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