Harry Potter: See Book Covers Through the Years | biennaledibruges.comHave you ever wondered how to tell if your Harry Potter book is rare and worth a lot of money? Well, this section on MuggleNet will explain all the intricacies associated with the rare Harry Potter books, from the first editions to the misprints and covers associated with each. We will also tell you what to look for when reviewing a signed Harry Potter book from the author, J. Books that are signed by the stars of the film franchise really add no to very little value to the book. Immediately after interviewing the new author, Mr. Reynolds went back to his office, skimmed through the new book, and tossed it into the trash.
Ever wondered who the wizard on the back of the first Harry Potter book is?
Since the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in , many publishers have created new editions of each book with new cover art provided by various illustrators. Bloomsbury is the British publication that has created both adult and children's covers. The adult edition usually depicts an object or place that plays a key part in the plot while the children's one features a major event in the book. Bloomsbury have commissioned many illustrators to design the cover. In , they had woodcut artist Andrew Davidson create new cover art for the paperback adult edition. Other artists commissioned by Bloomsbury to create full set of covers include Clare Melinsky and Jonny Duddle. The original covers by American publisher Scholastic usually depict an amalgam of objects and people from the book against a common backdrop.
T he Harry Potter series only began in and yet J. Rowling's books have become highly collectable. It usually takes decades for a book to become collectable and gain significant value on the rare book market. Do you have a valuable Harry Potter gathering dust under your bed? Demand for collectable Harry Potters has not decreased even though the last book in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , was published in One simple guideline to collecting Potter books: anything signed by JK Rowling has significant financial value.
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Real talk: I love the new covers. I even like the new title font. These covers remind me a bit of The Magic Tree House books. For a quick refresher course, here are the other new covers that recently came out from Scholastic. I love these covers, too. I cannot decide which set is more gorgeous.