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< >From the series to biographies to unofficial fan collections to coloring books and so on, this part of the HPStore is the most comprehensive guide to finding the right Potter book for you! We guarantee that something here will spark your interest!


< >Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: This is the first book in the Harry Potter series. Learn more about it here.

< >Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: Second book in the series about Harry's exploits into the depths a crazy blonde professor, talking snakes, and a very solemn ghost.

< >Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: The third book, introducing the mysterious Professor Remus J. Lupin, a man who fears circular white orbs. We also meet the Dementor's who have quite the nasty Kiss.

< >Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Can you says, "Ergh?!" That's definitely what Harry was saying when he got picked as the fourth contestant for a three-school tournament and was pushed into the most danger he's ever experience.

The Magical Worlds of Harry Potter
< >A truly interesting look into the books "factual" (rather, mythical) areas. The author, David Colbert, analyzes how J. K. Rowling's interpretations of creatures likes Centaurs matches up to what most sources say and how they differ. Colbert also goes into the backgrounds of things like the great centaur war (over a bride theft) and optimistic views on why things like the Death Mark tatoos exist.

Sorcerer's Stone Pop-up Book
< >Beautiful younger kid rendition of Book 1. ::grins:: It's so cool; I've snatched it from my cousin. But sssh! He doesn't know that!

Conversations with J. K. Rowling
< >Impressive collection of interviews and sit-down talks with J. K. Rowling. I only wish I had this on disk.

Kids' Letters to Harry Potter
< >Do you guys remember me advertising for this book about sixth months ago? Well, it finally came out and it's absolutely cool! Letter to not only Harry, but Hermione and Ron, are included, from kids just like you! It's really cool!

We Love Harry Potter!
< >In my opinion, although I willingly bought the book after flipping through it and frowning, this is an awful book. Horrible illustrations, some little kids looking like idiots, it's worth only HP memoribilia status.

Harry Potter, You're the Best!
< >Sharon Moore is at it again. The woman who brought you the previous book, We Love Harry Potter! has authored this book with kid's opinions (good and bad) on the series and upcoming movie.

Exploring Harry Potter
< >Elizabeth Shafer's Beecham Sourcebook that's very indepth when considering ideas given in the books. I've read half so far and would give it to any teacher or parent to read. It's a great tool to use and I actually used it at the dinner table when I was with my Harry Potter-junkie family. It went fabulously!

J. K. Rowling - the Wizard Behind Harry Potter
< >This is an unofficial biography written in 2000. It's an okay book; not much more that you couldn't read on-line, but kids will like it.

My Year with Harry Potter - How I Discovered My Own Magical World
< >I don't know much about this book, but it looks seriously interesting. Seems to me it's a guy explaining how Harry Potter has changed his life - and hey! We could all write stuff like that! :-)

Harry Potter's Muggles' Guide to Magic
< >An amazingly beautiful book (inside and out) that I really recommend by David B. Mouser. It's a quick but thorough reference to the books and is great for the classroom.

What's a Christian to Do with Harry Potter?
< >Very biased account on some Christian people's personal opinions about how Harry Potter is invoking the Devil. I detest the book's message, but it might be good for adults to read to know what other people think.

Harry Potter and the Bible: the Menace Behind the Magick
< >This is a book sorely against Harry Potter, going into detail about why certain Christian and other groups dislike Harry Potter and why they want the books banned or J. K. Rowling stopped. While I certainly do not support any of their ideas, it is always good to know and respect your opponent's ideas.

Sorcerer's Stone Literature Guide
< >This is a great introductory lesson plan for teachers (K-8) on how to bring Harry Potter (and literally, reading) to the table when dealing with students.

Chamber of Secrets Literature Guide
< >Since I really liked Book 2, I recommend this guide especially. It's very good and the first one I bought (I also bought it for my second cousin who classically said this: "What's a lit a toore jide?")

Prisoner of Azkaban Literature Guide
< >Book 3's Literature Guide from Scholastic is very thorough and gave me some better insight on the book; remember, I didn't like it very much, but when I read this, I began to like it a lot more.

Goblet of Fire Literature Guide
< >I really liked this literature guide. It's got great interactive games to play with kids, though provoking questions - I just want to hop over to my elementary school and try it out. (Ahem, they wouldn't let me in though - I'm too old to go to school there anymore! Waah!)

Harry Potter Movie Poster Book
< >Tear out poster book of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Robbie Coltrane, and much more! It's a very cool book that was released in 2001 on Harry's birthday!

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