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The main characteristics of a first edition first issue are a print line that reads 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 and the crediting of "Joanne Rowling", not JK. Prices for later editions in good condition are in three figures. In , JK Rowling was still a jobbing author rather than a worldwide superstar richer than the Queen, so there are a reasonable number of signed first editions available from her book tour signings. Deluxe editions can be priced in four figures if signed. First edition first printings will have the number line 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 and a block of misaligned text on page seven.
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HARRY POTTER COVERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD PART 5 - ORDER OF THE PHOENIX COLLECTION

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Xhesika from London, UK This book is absolutely thrilling. Rowling is the author of the record-breaking, the ever winding plot is superb. This is the best of all the Harry Potter books, cocer Harry Potter novels. Enlarge cover.

It soon becomes clear that for all her twee pink cardigans and pictures of fluffy kittens there is nothing cuddly about Dolores. Daily Edition app. This book introduces you to shades of grey, a mysterious and wonderful teen graphic novel masterpiece. From the amazing imagination of bestselling author Holly Black.

I wish this had been longer. Review quote Kirkus Reviews July 15th, The Potternaut rolls on. The figure on the back of the first Bloomsbury Children's Edition. I like this book more than the rest because I find it darker than the other 6 and I think that adding and edge to the story adds extra suspense.

This might be a harder read for younger children than previous books but it is no less enjoyable and continues to build the suspense of the story? Friend Reviews. Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser. Sort order!

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The fifth installment in the Harry Potter series sees Harry in his fifth year of Hogwarts; his hardest year yet. It's the end of the summer holidays and after a confrontation with Dudley Dursley and his little gang both Dudley and Harry are attacked by a Dementor, forcing Harry to use a Patronus charm. The Ministry of Magic are quick to charge Harry with the crime of 'underage magic' and it is only with Dumbledore's help and that of the Dursley's neighbour, who is infact a squib a witch or wizard of pure blood who has no magic ability and has been looking out for Harry all these years that sees the Ministry clearing Harry of all charges as his hearing. Presiding at the hearing is Dolores Umbridge an official of the Ministry who is soon ensconced into Hogwarts as the new teacher of dark arts, however, it becomes clear that not only is she there to teach; Ministry approved theory of the subject only, she is there to spy on behalf of the Ministry who continue a smear campaign against Harry, discrediting his pronouncement that Vodemort has returned once more. It soon becomes clear that for all her twee pink cardigans and pictures of fluffy kittens there is nothing cuddly about Dolores. Harry and his friends decide to form 'Dumbledores Army' and meet in the Room of Requirement in order to practice and teach one another defensive spells. It is when this group is discovered that Dumbledore, in order to protect his pupils, takes full blame and then has to flee from the Ministry's clutches, leaving Dolores Umbridge installed as the new Headteacher of Hogwarts.

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