Gli animali fantastici: dove trovarli

Gli animali fantastici dove trovarli Non c casa di maghi in tutto il paese dove non troneggi una copia di Gli animali fantastici dove trovarli Ora per un breve periodo anche i Babbani avranno la possibilit di scoprire dove vivono i Qui

  • Title: Gli animali fantastici: dove trovarli
  • Author: Newt Scamander J.K. Rowling Beatrice Masini
  • ISBN: 9788884511508
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • Non c casa di maghi in tutto il paese dove non troneggi una copia di Gli animali fantastici dove trovarli Ora, per un breve periodo, anche i Babbani avranno la possibilit di scoprire dove vivono i Quintaped, cosa mangiano i Puffskein e perch cosa saggia non lasciare latte in giro per i Knarl I proventi della vendita di questo libro andranno a Comic Relief Vi sigNon c casa di maghi in tutto il paese dove non troneggi una copia di Gli animali fantastici dove trovarli Ora, per un breve periodo, anche i Babbani avranno la possibilit di scoprire dove vivono i Quintaped, cosa mangiano i Puffskein e perch cosa saggia non lasciare latte in giro per i Knarl I proventi della vendita di questo libro andranno a Comic Relief Vi significa che ogni lira e galeone d oro ricavati faranno magie al di l dei poteri di qualunque mago Se ritenete che questa non sia una buona ragione per separarsi dal vostro denaro, posso solo sperare per voi che un mago di passaggio si mostri pi caritatevole nei vostri confronti, quando verrete attaccati da una Manticora.

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    1. "ملحوظة قبل البدء: هذا الريفيو قد تراه مجرد هراءولكنه الخيال، نعمة الهروب من ضغط الواقع ولو للحظات"الكتاب الذي بين يديك نسخة مطبوعة من كتاب دراسي يستخدم في عالم لا نعرف عنه شئعالم بيننا لكن مخفي بين طيات عالمنا نظنه مجرد خيال، فانتازيربما قرأت عن هذا العالم في روايات تدعي انه [...]

    2. As a proper witch (muggle born), I was required to have a copy of this book as Professor Dumbledore declared in the foreword that “no wizarding household is complete without a copy of this book.” So I wasted no time and got myself a copy at Flourish and Botts!My very own duplicate of Harry Potter’s copy and I enjoyed it a lot especially Professor Dumbledore’s foreword! You only have to read a part of his foreword to be convinced to read the book. But what I enjoyed even more were Ron’s [...]

    3. Merlin's beard!!!Important: This is the original reference book, published by JK Rowling and not the 2016's novelization of the movie with the same title.GOTTA CATCH 'EM ALL!This reference book about the magical beasts in the world of Harry Potter is truly fantastic!While I have no doubt that the decision of doing movie adaptations about this reference book is basically to keep "milking" the magic cows of the Harry Potter's saga, now that I finally read the reference book, I have to admit that t [...]

    4. I gave the original Fantastic Beasts book 3.5 stars, but this illustrated edition is SO FREAKING GORGEOUS it deserves nothing less than 5 stars. MY GOD.

    5. (3.5?) I really loved the intro but I was disappointed that there was no picture of each beast.Still, it's always nice to go back in that universe!

    6. “Warner Bros. announced on 12th September 2013 that J.K. Rowling would be making her screenwriting debut with ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’, the first in a new film series which is part of their expanded creative partnership with J.K. Rowling. The films will be inspired by Harry Potter’s Hogwarts textbook of the same name, and will feature the book’s fictitious author, Newt Scamander.”BACK TO WITCHES AND WIZARDS AND MAGICAL BEASTSTO GOBLINS AND GHOSTS AND MAGICAL FEASTSIT [...]

    7. How can we say it is A Good Fiction?For me one of the elements that make me fall in love easily into a fiction book is how realistic it can be.ofcourse not the"non-fiction" realistic, but real enough that makes the world very fantasy and at the same time acceptable to imagine it easily.I don't know how to explain but just look at that world J.K.Rowling "AKA:The Queen of United Magic Kingdom" createsWizard and Witches lives deep in London, across the UK and even all over the world.They got their [...]

    8. ما هو كتابك المدرسي المفضل؟ لا تحاولفلن تجدهل تخيلت يوما ان تشتري كتاب دراسي لمزاجك الخاص؟ (فعلتها مرة واحدة "القانون الجنائي" .لأسباب واضحة طبعا )او الوحوش المذهلة كان ثاني و اجمل كتاب دراسي اشتريه و اقرأه. .بكامل ارادتى الحرةمنهم من ينطق بلسان البشر. .منهم من تجده في الأساطير [...]

    9. Did you watch the trailer of the movie adaptation of this book and think, like me, that the book is about a bunch of magical creatures escaping into the world and wreaking havoc, threatening the balance between magical and non-magical relations? Did you imagine action and chaos? "The adventures of writer Newt Scamander in New York's secret community of witches and wizards seventy years before Harry Potter reads his book in school."I swear, that's what I thought I was going to be reading about. I [...]

    10. draco dormiens nunquam titillandus - Never tickle a sleeping dragon.I had always been fond of the books I gift to Archit and I'm glad that this book falls under that "a la carte." I'd had never got to read a physical copy of Fantastic Beasts, had it not been for him who dragged me into these kind of activities. This book, for me, is more about the amusement my husband had when he was opening the gift wrapper and how it turned into surprised look on his face -to the state of speechlessness- to th [...]

    11. This is INSANE. I love it.Seriously, this is in thetop 5 audiobooks I've ever listened to.Why?First of all, it's read by Eddie Redmayne who played Newt Scamander in the movie. He read the more recent version (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Illustrated Edition) so it really felt like "the author" was reading us a copy of his personal book - simply fabulous! (Aside: could you imagine getting Emma, Rupert and Daniel to read their parts from the original? That would be just too awesome [...]

    12. *Cue the inhuman shrieks of joy*As a longtime fan, I am just revelingin this latest illustrating the HP books trend. Especially considering J.K.'s original bestiary gave scant descriptions of (some) wholly unknown and many extremely quirky creatures. Literally, over the moon. In the new edition,Newt Scamander's forward is quick to mention that all proceeds go to comic relief - a truly admirable Muggle charity. In addition:I was permitted to reissue the book only on that a disclaimer was included [...]

    13. I find it amazing how J.K. Rowling came up with all of these amazing creatures, not only what they look like, but what they do, their classifications, and the amazing introduction about what classifies a beast; as well as doing research to back up her qualities of these creatures. This was phenomenal, and as I said before about Quidditch Through The Ages, this book deserves all the stars simply because of all the wondrous effort and love that was put into it. Please read these little extra Harry [...]


    15. Reading this is like being a Hogwarts student yourself. I know I'm too old to get a letter from an owl, but whatevs I'm still waiting for my Hogwarts letter.

    16. Well, one thing is for sure. Hogwarts is my dream school. Everything magic-related is my thing. And this book would have been a treat to study (dragons are far more fascinating than bacteria).On the other hand, if I had to learn all this stuff, I'm sure I would have not liked it that much anymore. :D Because having to never worked for me in school. I tended to hate everything that was mandatory.Anyway, this is a fun little read that will take you back to the wizarding world of Harry Potter.

    17. I guess I expected something a little more. I mean, there's a whole movie out there now that I still need to watch, but this, aside from a few humorous anecdotes, is just a short encyclopedia!Not that it didn't have it's moments, of course, particularly how some wizards use ghouls as pets and talking points at parties, or Ron's funny scribbled interjections in the text, but on the whole it was just a what's-what breakdown of the magical creatures seen through the movies.I give it a three for she [...]

    18. I mean, what's better read after reading Prisoner of Azkaban?PS: so far the Art much lower than what I expected 😢. No offence to the current illustrator, but why not Jim Kay? Who's doing a very good work at Potter series?

    19. What happens when you see: 3 stars review + J.K. Rowling + Harry Potter world?But see, the thing is, no matter how funny the handwritten notes in the book were, no matter how much I giggled at them and the introduction and every time they mentioned the word "Muggle", the content of the book itself was boring.Hey! Don't make those faces at me! I'll explain: The thing is, I'm not entertained by reading tye descriptions of the 75 so far known species of fantastic beasts. Sure, they're interesting a [...]

    20. Auch hier kann ich wieder nur meinen imaginären Hut vor Rowlings Fantasie ziehen. Sich so viele magische Geschöpfe so bildhaft auszudenken und zu beschreiben, Wahnsinn. Einige kennt man auch schon aus dem Film "Phantastische Tierwesen und wo sie zu finden sind", wie z.B. den Niffler und den Demiguise. Auch der Basilisk, bekannt aus der Kammer des Schreckens wird behandelt. Ich würde mich nach diesen 3 Büchern aus der Hogwarts Bibliothek über noch mehr Veröffentlichungen für Muggel freuen [...]

    21. For just a few hours, you can pretend to be a Hogwarts student and trust me, it's the best feeling in the world! PS: Dungbombs rule.

    22. the most amazing new adventure you'll ever experience. You know, apart from that with you know who, what's his name, that Potter guy?

    23. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Newt Scamander, J.K. RowlingFantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a 2001 book written by British author J. K. Rowling (under the pen name of the fictitious author Newt Scamander) about the magical creatures in the Harry Potter universe. The original version purports to be Harry Potter's copy of the textbook of the same name mentioned in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (or Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in the US), the first novel of t [...]

    24. This was a fun and fantastical listen. I enjoyed escaping back into the world of Harry Potter for a little while.

    25. Harry Potter changed my life. If I hadn’t read Harry Potter when I did I would not be the same person today. What I am today, in a part is due to Harry. I cannot really say enough to make you understand how much Harry Potter means to me.

    26. Super cute. Too short for a higher rating, but definitely worth a read, especially now that the amazing Newt has his own franchise.

    27. I completely adore the forward written by Prof. Dumbledore, and to the point validation for printing the copy owned by Mr. Harry Potter. The squiggling and short funny notes aside in margins by the trio were indeed the interesting bonus point.Imperfect understanding is often more dangerous than ignorance, and the Muggles’ fear of magic was undoubtedly increased by their dread of what might be lurking in their herb gardens.How miraculously JKR has created the whole taxonomy of the wizarding wor [...]

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