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harry potter illustrated edition 3 books collection set includes titles:- harry potter and the philosopher's stone, harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban, harry potter and the chamber of secrets. Description:- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Prepare to be spellbound by Jim Kay's dazzling full-colour illustrations in this stunning new edition of J.K. Rowling's Ha harry potter illustrated edition 3 books collection set includes titles:- harry potter and the philosopher's stone, harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban, harry potter and the chamber of secrets. Description:- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Prepare to be spellbound by Jim Kay's dazzling full-colour illustrations in this stunning new edition of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Breathtaking scenes, dark themes and unforgettable characters - including Dobby and Gilderoy Lockhart - await inside this fully illustrated edition. With paint, pencil and pixels, award-winning illustrator Jim Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before. Fizzing with magic and brimming with humour, this inspired reimagining will captivate fans and new readers alike, as Harry and his friends, now in their second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, seek out a legendary chamber and the deadly secret that lies at its heart . Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone When a letter arrives for unhappy but ordinary Harry Potter, a decade-old secret is revealed to him that apparently he's the last to know. His parents were wizards, killed by a Dark Lord's curse when Harry was just a baby, and which he somehow survived. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban An extraordinary creative achievement by an extraordinary talent, Jim Kay's inspired reimagining of J.K. Rowling's classic series has captured a devoted following worldwide. This stunning new fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban brings more breathtaking scenes and unforgettable characters - including Sirius Black, Remus Lupin and Professor Trelawney. With paint, pencil and pixels, Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before.


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harry potter illustrated edition 3 books collection set includes titles:- harry potter and the philosopher's stone, harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban, harry potter and the chamber of secrets. Description:- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Prepare to be spellbound by Jim Kay's dazzling full-colour illustrations in this stunning new edition of J.K. Rowling's Ha harry potter illustrated edition 3 books collection set includes titles:- harry potter and the philosopher's stone, harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban, harry potter and the chamber of secrets. Description:- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Prepare to be spellbound by Jim Kay's dazzling full-colour illustrations in this stunning new edition of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Breathtaking scenes, dark themes and unforgettable characters - including Dobby and Gilderoy Lockhart - await inside this fully illustrated edition. With paint, pencil and pixels, award-winning illustrator Jim Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before. Fizzing with magic and brimming with humour, this inspired reimagining will captivate fans and new readers alike, as Harry and his friends, now in their second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, seek out a legendary chamber and the deadly secret that lies at its heart . Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone When a letter arrives for unhappy but ordinary Harry Potter, a decade-old secret is revealed to him that apparently he's the last to know. His parents were wizards, killed by a Dark Lord's curse when Harry was just a baby, and which he somehow survived. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban An extraordinary creative achievement by an extraordinary talent, Jim Kay's inspired reimagining of J.K. Rowling's classic series has captured a devoted following worldwide. This stunning new fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban brings more breathtaking scenes and unforgettable characters - including Sirius Black, Remus Lupin and Professor Trelawney. With paint, pencil and pixels, Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before.

30 review for harry potter illustrated edition 3 books collection set

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ruby

    The 3rd story has always been my favorite so I had to read it again. Of all the books it's the only one where Harry Potter is not battling Lord Voldemort so-as the little kid I was when I started reading-it was not "scary." I also loved finding out Sirius was a good guy and that Harry finally had a family. A great book for good feelings. The second one was just as fun. Dobby is such a classic character and he always makes me laugh. My all time favorite was Professor Lockhart because he was such The 3rd story has always been my favorite so I had to read it again. Of all the books it's the only one where Harry Potter is not battling Lord Voldemort so-as the little kid I was when I started reading-it was not "scary." I also loved finding out Sirius was a good guy and that Harry finally had a family. A great book for good feelings. The second one was just as fun. Dobby is such a classic character and he always makes me laugh. My all time favorite was Professor Lockhart because he was such an idiot! He could be described as a self obsessed, peacock at best. The first one I remember reading with mom and dad when my brother and I were little. Because of that it is always a cozy book to snuggle up with. A lost boy finding a place where he belonged is a good story.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Zara

    Harry Potter makes the world go round.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Esam Ayyad

    Harry potter, an orphen who had lived with his aunt family, and had suffer from their mistreatment , discovers that he is a wizard, and not any wizard he is a legend in the Magic realm, and that he is the reason of the defeat of the most powerful dark wizards who also killed his parents. and because the incident happened when he was 1 year old he dont remember anything about it, his only reminder was a lightning shaped scar on his forhead. beeing a legion doesnt mean his life will be easy, he had Harry potter, an orphen who had lived with his aunt family, and had suffer from their mistreatment , discovers that he is a wizard, and not any wizard he is a legend in the Magic realm, and that he is the reason of the defeat of the most powerful dark wizards who also killed his parents. and because the incident happened when he was 1 year old he dont remember anything about it, his only reminder was a lightning shaped scar on his forhead. beeing a legion doesnt mean his life will be easy, he had to fight so hard to survive on each of these 3 stories. eventhough hes still a child a burden of his entire world is on his shoulders, he felt it, but he still doesnt know what is it yet

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lb Baker

    I'm only thing this boxset instead of the three books individually because I absolutely hate the American title: "Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone" Was there actually any need to change the title? Are there no philosophers in the US? Anyway, no need to rage.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Oceana

    One of the best book series ever written.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan

    Do the Harry Potter books need an introduction? As we all know it’s a world of magic loved by many. If a person hasn’t read the books then they have watched the films. If they have not done either of those things, they must have heard some kind of Harry Potter related comment. Harry Potter has become so much part of our world that I have trouble believing people need reviews.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Martin Hunter

    Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone has become one of the most well known and popular children’s books of all time. I my opinion this is a well deserved accolade, this book is perfectly suited for those within the 8-12 age range, however readers of any age may enjoy this title. The story centres around an 11 year old boy named Harry Potter. Harry is an orphan who has grown up with his aunt, uncle and cousin. Harry discovers that he is in fact a wizard and that his parents were killed by an ev Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone has become one of the most well known and popular children’s books of all time. I my opinion this is a well deserved accolade, this book is perfectly suited for those within the 8-12 age range, however readers of any age may enjoy this title. The story centres around an 11 year old boy named Harry Potter. Harry is an orphan who has grown up with his aunt, uncle and cousin. Harry discovers that he is in fact a wizard and that his parents were killed by an evil wizard called Voldemort. After discovering that he is a wizard Harry moves to Hogwarts school of wizadry and witchcraft and befriends Hermione and Ron. The reader then joins Harry as he adapts to his new environment and the adventures it contains. This book truly captures the reader’s attention from the very outset. As a reader I was immediately drawn in and found the book difficult to put down. Readers can identify the positive characteristics which Harry possesses such as bravery courage etc. Younger readers may also benefit from the important lessons of friendship and loyalty contained within the book. I feel that younger readers may benefit from reading this book independently and allowing themselves to imagine facing challenges along with Harry.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Noah

    I gave in and decided I had to see what all the fuss was about. I enjoyed all the books, but the pacing is a little off. The earlier books are more obviously children's books, and then, as the broader appeal of the series became clear, she started to write for a more adult audience and both the plotlines and prose become more convoluted. If for some odd reason you haven't read these yet, I'd recommend them, if only for the sake of cultural literacy.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    It is always so nice and comforting to revisit the world of Harry Potter. This was my first time listening to it on audio, and it was a new and different experience, yet as familiar as ever. Jim Dale does a great job with the narration; due to the movies, I've almost come to grips with things being pronounced differently than in my head while reading, but Jim Dale threw a whole nother wrench into it - Gryffindah, Voldemorrrr, etc. I still loved it though, how could you not?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Hal Wilkes

    Daddy's read you the first two so far, but by the end of the second it was getting pretty scary so we haven't embarked on the third. You've listened to Philosopher's Stone on CD with Stephen Fry, too, though I think Daddy is MUCH better at doing the voices, especially Hagrid and Harry. Stephen Fry makes all the characters sound quite posh, but Daddy's character's are much better defined and sound more like themselves. He's very funny.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lee Tozer

    The first three books in Rowling's series were the highpoint, perhaps to be unsurpassed in its particular genre. Although the later entries became somewhat overlong, fans of the series didn't want it to end.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    The beginnings of the best series ever.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lucy

    There is just something that is so satisfying about being read to. I'm not sure what it is but Stephen Fry really does it down to a 't'. I love JK Rowling's work and that sure does help Fry to be able to really out do himself but not only that, the amount of voices versus characters really is something quite remarkable and I must congratulate Stephen Fry on his ability to capture the listener and perform as though he were on stage. Definitely recommend this and of course the Harry Potter series, There is just something that is so satisfying about being read to. I'm not sure what it is but Stephen Fry really does it down to a 't'. I love JK Rowling's work and that sure does help Fry to be able to really out do himself but not only that, the amount of voices versus characters really is something quite remarkable and I must congratulate Stephen Fry on his ability to capture the listener and perform as though he were on stage. Definitely recommend this and of course the Harry Potter series, naturally! 5/5

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. My favorite part of the Fall is re-reading this series. I love being a part of this world. Each read through I find a new clue or am just amazed at how she brings it altogether. Prisoner is quite different from other books with the time travel and Voldemort is not the threat. Love Ron's observations about Hermione's schedule. Then it's just forgotten. So typical.... Chamber the first Horcrux. Did she know about Horcruxes in book 2?

  15. 5 out of 5

    Trish Boese

    4* I really loved these first 3 books in the Harry Potter series! My kids now love them too. It is fun to read about Harry's chance to fly away and escape his miserable life with unkind relatives. The magical world of Hogwarts school is fascinating. I recommend these three books for age appropriate children; the further sequels turn much more sinister.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    To have someone else's perspective on the descriptions of J. K. Rowling make the Harry Potter's more intriguing as people can have many views and thoughts on them. Also, the series are my favourite books anyway but the illustrations make them even more magical, if they can be made more magical.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Eastonreads

    The best series ever! Get them all! You gotta read these! Suspense, action and everything you can imagine!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    Re read

  19. 4 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

    Allen Kelley

    Reread

  21. 4 out of 5

    Hopsnbarley

    Decided to re-read #1-3 to start the summer. It was new and the same. Loved every minute of it.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rylee Jane

    All three books were magical, simple yet amazingly written and gutwrenchingly enjoyable. I saw the movies before I read the books because I heard that if you read the books before you watch the movie there is a higher chance of not liking the movie because you imagined a very different one in your head while reading the book. Anyways.. Philosophers Stone I read three times! IN A ROW! It was that good! The way that JK Rowling wrote the series is amazing it's simple but still gives you all the deta All three books were magical, simple yet amazingly written and gutwrenchingly enjoyable. I saw the movies before I read the books because I heard that if you read the books before you watch the movie there is a higher chance of not liking the movie because you imagined a very different one in your head while reading the book. Anyways.. Philosophers Stone I read three times! IN A ROW! It was that good! The way that JK Rowling wrote the series is amazing it's simple but still gives you all the details. One thing that did bug me though was how easy Harry was to believe he was a wizard and to accept it like "Its not weird that people are flying on broomsticks" or "its completely normal to walk through a wall to get to the train station." But then again he was a kid and his first whole ten years of his life he hated and wished he could be anywhere else. So when that chance to escape happened he probabally didn't even care if it was the truth or not. Rowling beautifully introduced us to the characters in the book and I easily fell in love with all of them, okay exept for a few like Snape, Malfoy, Crabbe and Goyle. I just finished reading the Chamber of Secrets which continues but this time Harry's mean aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon put metal bars on his bedroom window and wouldnt let him go to Hogwarts, Im not going to tell you how he got there but it involves the Flying Car on the cover of the book. In each book there is a problem they have to solve.The last one was finding the Philosophers Stone before Snape but it turned out that they were wrong and someone very unexpected would meet them there and this time Harry is accused of being the heir of Slytherin and the one to finally open theSecret Chamber of Secrets. So Harry, Ron the funny redheaded best friend and Hermoine the smart girl of the group embark on yet another journey and the goal is to find out who is the heir and stop him. Prisoner of Azkaban... Coming Soon I loved being introduced to the magical school of Hogwarts and joining in on the adventure. I would recommend this series for both adults and children.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Marcus

    I can't but help classify this book Series as overrated. Really the first three books of the Harry Potter Series are just Okay. And not the good ok, but the not so great, I'd rather eat a turkey sandwich and watch that cheesy cartoon 'Captain Planet,' okay. first book was just okay, the second book, was like poking out my left. and the third book was like stepping on my big toe. And then doing poka dance. (Okay maybe not that book.) But really my life would have gone on fine if I never picked up I can't but help classify this book Series as overrated. Really the first three books of the Harry Potter Series are just Okay. And not the good ok, but the not so great, I'd rather eat a turkey sandwich and watch that cheesy cartoon 'Captain Planet,' okay. first book was just okay, the second book, was like poking out my left. and the third book was like stepping on my big toe. And then doing poka dance. (Okay maybe not that book.) But really my life would have gone on fine if I never picked up this series. The third book was better, so I think if I get my hands on Book #4, at a VERY CHEAP price, then I'll give it a chance. My problems with the series.... 1. their was no charcter growth or charcter arc. Harry and his friends never grow. They never change. their is no develpment. And almost every character is flat in personality, with little dimension. No Internal Conflicts. 2. The person interaction between all the characters is non-existent or cheesy. There is no dialogue, and their are no interpersonal conflicts with eachother. 3. Granted I did like the plot twist, whoever I found the plot twist only work, because all the adults in the Harry Potter world are complete idiots who don't really think things through. For if they did, really the answer to every problem would be...."Let's tell Dumbledore, the most powerful wizard in the world, he can solve any problem."

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rita

    What I actually just read is Book 2 only: Chamber of Secrets. Regret that it is the US edition, as I would prefer the original text with its 'Britishisms'. But this is Karin's copy and she has the whole set in the US edition. I enjoyed this a lot. I think DOBBY is the invention of a genius. Intriguing character. My only criticism is the completely stereotyped nagging-housewife character of Mrs Weasley. Most unbelievable in someone with her powers. What was Rowling thinking??? [or have I missed some What I actually just read is Book 2 only: Chamber of Secrets. Regret that it is the US edition, as I would prefer the original text with its 'Britishisms'. But this is Karin's copy and she has the whole set in the US edition. I enjoyed this a lot. I think DOBBY is the invention of a genius. Intriguing character. My only criticism is the completely stereotyped nagging-housewife character of Mrs Weasley. Most unbelievable in someone with her powers. What was Rowling thinking??? [or have I missed some subtlety?:] Now [mid April:] I have read the third volume, HP and the prisoner of Azkaban. Enjoyed this book too. Less emphasis on weak women in this book... Again, I like how Rowling makes characters not completely black or white. In the first place, one doesn't know on first acquaintance whether the person will turn out to be a friend or an enemy, and sometimes it remains mixed. Students trust teachers, but sometimes discover a teacher is untrustworthy, or only partly so. And sometimes a hero [like the head of the school:] turns out to have limitations on what he can do. This is a more accurate reflection of real life than the 'good guy bad guy' approach, so I like that.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mxdude

    HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS This is a very interesting book because he doesnt actually go to school at hogwarts at the start of this book, also he has to live at his aunt and uncles house because his parents are dead. Harry was expecting letters from his friends Harmione and Ron, but he never got any. His aunt and uncles names are uncle Vernon Dursley and aunt Petunia Dursley and they have a son called Dudley. Harry has to stay in his room all day and he has a pet owl and hes not allo HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS This is a very interesting book because he doesnt actually go to school at hogwarts at the start of this book, also he has to live at his aunt and uncles house because his parents are dead. Harry was expecting letters from his friends Harmione and Ron, but he never got any. His aunt and uncles names are uncle Vernon Dursley and aunt Petunia Dursley and they have a son called Dudley. Harry has to stay in his room all day and he has a pet owl and hes not allowed to let it out. So Harry is quite sad and annoyed at the start. Also its quite funny on the first page because there having breakfast and Harry and his aunt and uncle are talking and the son Dudley interupts shouting "I WANT MORE BACON!". I would recommend this book to people who like wizardry and Harry Potter obviously and maybe a little bit of Adventure, but being honest Im not to keen on the book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    I was definitely a member of Generation HP. I was obsessed with these books, and I finally lost count of how many times I read them. My friends and I took on the personas of characters in the books (I was Ron) and would act it out at recess. Stellar read, obviously. Books Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 4 stars Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 4 stars Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 4 stars

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    I am a big Harry Potter fan! I read the first four books in primary school before books 5,6 and 7 came out. Since then I've read the whole collection numerous times. I have chosen the first three books because I think they are perfect for the older half of ks2 to read. I thoroughly enjoy the Potter books because of the bond of friendships and the mystery and magic which all 9-11 year olds enjoy. I believe it's a good resource for teaching in ks2 because there are lots of room to change parts suc I am a big Harry Potter fan! I read the first four books in primary school before books 5,6 and 7 came out. Since then I've read the whole collection numerous times. I have chosen the first three books because I think they are perfect for the older half of ks2 to read. I thoroughly enjoy the Potter books because of the bond of friendships and the mystery and magic which all 9-11 year olds enjoy. I believe it's a good resource for teaching in ks2 because there are lots of room to change parts such as characters names, place names etc so children can write their own magical stories. The collection invites children to see how much planning and thought went into writing these novels and I hope the books inspire young writers to do the same.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    OVERALL: 4 stars Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter #1) - 4 stars I held off on reading these book until the third one came out and I got them all for Christmas. I was immediately hooked! The storyline was great and the characters were fun and easy to relate to (you know without the magic aspect). Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter #2) - 4 stars Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter #3) - 4 stars This was an interesting continuation of the series. OVERALL: 4 stars Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter #1) - 4 stars I held off on reading these book until the third one came out and I got them all for Christmas. I was immediately hooked! The storyline was great and the characters were fun and easy to relate to (you know without the magic aspect). Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter #2) - 4 stars Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter #3) - 4 stars This was an interesting continuation of the series. I really liked the friendship relationships of all the characters and I really feel like Hermione is coming into her own.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    The Harry Potter books are my favourite of all time. Many other people must also think so because my hero, J K Rowling is the first author billionaire. I hope anybody reading this will read it, because it will change your life forever. I love the Harry Potter series and beg Joanne to write more of Harry and his children. When I grow up, the first books I will read to my children will be the Tales of Beedle the Bard, which I currently read every night before I go to bed. Thank you sooooo much Jo!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Renay

    i enjoyed reading these three books immensely. well written and easy to read the story is interesting and mysterious. after watching all the movies again the other day and catching on to yet more of the mysteries involved within the story i decided it was time to finally restart and finish reading the nooks. the first three i was through in a day each and enjoyed thoroughly. i am picking up ever more of the little secrets and mysteries as i read. it's amazing what happens when i concentrate! haha g i enjoyed reading these three books immensely. well written and easy to read the story is interesting and mysterious. after watching all the movies again the other day and catching on to yet more of the mysteries involved within the story i decided it was time to finally restart and finish reading the nooks. the first three i was through in a day each and enjoyed thoroughly. i am picking up ever more of the little secrets and mysteries as i read. it's amazing what happens when i concentrate! haha great reading grat story i love it

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