Top 6 Best Harry Potter Books for Children

Delve into the magical wizarding world with these wonderful Harry Potter books for children. Featuring the original books as well as plenty of spin-off and behind-the-scenes titles, Harry Potter fans will be enthralled.

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1. The Harry Potter Series

The Complete Harry Potter Collection - 7-Book Box Set - Collection - 9781408856772 - JK Rowling
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J. K. Rowling

You can't beat the original series! These enchanting books have inspired a love of reading in millions of children with its enthralling adventures, fantastical creatures and spellbinding characters. Join Harry Potter as he enrols at the magical (but perilous!) Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Over the years, he must contend with a three-headed dog, a terrifying basilisk, ghoulish dementors, a mysterious Potions Master and so much more, and must ultimately face his most terrifying nemesis: Lord Voldemort.

 

2. The Harry Potter Colouring Book

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If your young witch or wizard has finished reading the original novels and been left with horrendous Harry Potter cravings (we know the feeling), fear not - this spellbinding colouring book will whisk them back to the magical world in no time. They can embellish wonderful drawings of all their favourite characters, including Harry, Dobby, Lord Voldemort and more, in whatever way they choose; all they need is a bit of colour!

 


3. The Tales of Beedle the Bard

  • £7.99

J. K. Rowling

The Tales of Beedle the Bard played an important role in helping Harry, Ron and Hermione to defeat Lord Voldemort. Fans can now discover these spellbinding supplementary stories for themselves, including The Tale of the Three Brothers, which was recounted in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; The Fountain of Fair Fortune; The Warlock's Hairy Heart; The Wizard and the Hopping Pot; and Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump. Each story features magical characters and thrilling peril. The book also includes fascinating notes by Professor Albus Dumbledore. 


4. Harry Potter: Magical Places From the Films

  • £21.89

Jody Revenson

The magical places that were brought to life for the Harry Potter films are the backdrop of J.K. Rowling's wizarding world. This book gives readers look at the process of adapting those locations for the films. Detailed profiles of each location pair never-before-seen concept art, behind-the-scenes photos and film stills with text highlighting filmmaking secrets from the Warner Brothers archives.

 

5. Harry Potter: The Creature Vault

  • £14.99

Jody Revenson

Find out more about Dementors, House-elves, Hippogriffs and more, and go behind the scenes to discover how they were brought to life in the magical movies. A must-read for any Harry Potter fan, this book features fascinating concept illustrations, archive photography and so much more, as well as a poster of all the incredible creatures.




 

6. Harry Potter: Page to Screen

  • £39.99

Bob McCabe

From the acquisition of film rights to the casting of the stars, this book features a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the making of one of the most popular film franchises in cinema history. It traces the cinematic process of bringing the beloved books to life, from the moment the book was optioned, to the very last film. Discover filming secrets, never-before-seen images, and the most memorable moments of the Harry Potter saga. The book features interviews, quotes and stories from the creative team and cast, including Daniel Radcliffe, who recounts how his life has been shaped by playing Harry Potter.