How Many Books Are In The Fantastic Beasts Series

Wow Harry Potter character Newt Scamander.

i didnt relize how important he wasHe was accualy a headmaster 2 be4 dumbledoreand he wrote fantastic beasts and where to find themhe is the grandfather of luna lovegoods bf rolflol i found all that out but i dont know is he still alive???????

I don’t know exactly what you’re asking… whether Scamander is alive?”By the mid-nineties, he was retired and living in Dorset with his wife and their three pet Kneazles, Hoppy, Milly, and Mauler”yeahHere’s some more info if you’re interested…After graduating from Hogwarts, Scamander joined the Ministry of Magic, and worked for the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. He spent two years in the Office for House-Elf Relocation before transferring to the Beast Division, where his extensive knowledge of magical creatures led to a rapid series of promotions.In 1918, Augustus Worme of Obscurus Books commissioned Scamander to write the first edition of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Scamander, earning only two Sickles a week working at the Ministry, jumped at the chance for extra money and the opportunity to spend his summers travelling the world. Scamander travelled to a hundred countries across five continents researching his book, observing many magical creatures. He learned about their abilities, gained their trust, and occasionally beat them with his travelling kettle if they got too dangerous. First published in 1927, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was a massive bestseller. It became an approved textbook at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and, by the mid-nineties, was in its fifty-second edition.In 1947, Scamander was responsible for the inception of the Werewolf Register, and, in 1965, created the Ban on Experimental Breeding, which he considered his proudest moment. Scamander also worked extensively with the Dragon Research and Restraint Bureau, which led him on expeditions all over the world, allowing him to collect information for new editions of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.Scamander married a woman named Porpentina, and the union produced at least one child and one grandson named Rolf. At some point in his life, Scamander was appointed as Headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Following his tenure in charge, his portrait was hung alongside those of other former headmasters of the school.In 1979, he was awarded the Order of Merlin, Second Class, for services to Magizoology. He was also honoured with a Famous Wizard Card. Following his grandson’s marriage to Luna Lovegood, Scamander became the great-grandfather of twin boys, Lorcan and Lysander Scamander.

How do you organize your books.

Do you have a bookshelf? If so, how do you organize them on the shelves? (genre, alphabetical, chronological)~Do you stack them?~Do you throw them on your floor and tromp all over them? (you better not!)~**Additional Question** – Do your books have any stains on them? If so, what book, and what are the…

This question already has so many answers that I’m hesitant to… I hate posting on the second page, I feel as though I’m wasting my time.Nevertheless I will because this question is epic win. I just went to add you as a contact due to the epic winness of this question. And then I realised I added you the other day. Wow lose.I have a book case. Actually I have three but two of them are stacked with uni stuff and other useless crap. My book bookcase it really big though. Five shelves. My top shelf is Harry Potter. My original, very well loved HP’s are first going from first to last released. Occassionally I’ll mix it up and do from Last to first released. Then comes my copies of Quidditch Through the Ages, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Beedle and the Bard. Then both my box setx. Then my Harry Potter commentary books like Harry: A History by Melissa Anelli.After that the next two shelves are ranked by how much I like them. Seriously, my book shelf is facing my bed and I spend hours just laying there and deciding where each one should go. It’s a pretty fine art and I’m constantly changing it. Like right now i think Atonement should really be before the Obernewtyn chronicles. The Tomorrow Series is always a firm second though. It’s like Harry Potter. It never moves.Then I have a copy of the books i don’t really care about. The books I’ve been given and didn’t really interest me and just stupid books I’ve got over the years like The Guinness World Record and stuff. Then my bottom shelf is kids books and school books and random stuff like my sheet music for flute and piano (there’s a LOT of that).So that’s the very complex organization of my bookshelf. One time I tried to organize it by last name of author. I did it, stared at it for a while, and realized I didn’t like it like that. Seriously I find it a hobby to reorganize my bookshelf.As for stacking, I do occassionally. About three months ago I reorganized my room and got a really small desk. Which meant i had to be super efficient. I put everything in plastic bags under my desk and… never unpacked them. So basically there’s crap everywhere meaning no place to put the books I’m reading and need close for quick reference. My Harry Potter books are generally stacked next to my bed so I don’t have to move in order to look something up. Yeah they’re on the floor. But I don’t kick them round, I promise.I have a few other book shelves in my house too. But they’re not mine. These are the books that no one can touch but me without my express permission.OMG STAINS.Ok all my Harry Potter books are so stained they’re practically yellow. I look at my Deathly Hallows with it’s white pages and pick up Philosopher’s Stone and it’s seriously brown. I mean it doesn’t look dirty but it is.I have a pretty big blood stain in the Yule Ball chapter of Goblet of Fire. Another blood stain in Order of the Phoenix. This is because I was a super cool kid who had the septum of a cocaine addict and got nose bleeds every thirty seconds due to an addiction to nasal spray. Yeahhh. Oddly, the first time I read Deathly Hallows, years after I had surgery to fix up my nose, I got a nose bleed and sprayed the side of the book. We had three books in my house though so it’s how I can tell my Deathly Hallows apart. I also have Chinese food stains in the chapter ‘The Battle of Hogwarts’. That’s because I was glued to the book all day and suddenly realized all I’d eaten was skittles and was ravenous. I had like five packets of skittles and felt really sick and through it all up afterwards. Beautiful story huh?I probably have some stains in my other books. I’m not particularly careful with them, I love them to pieces and don’t throw them round but i don’t treat them like they’re made of glass either. They get carted to uni with me, taken to the beach, read in the bath.AHAHAHA my Tomorrow When the War Began has a red bull and vodka stain from an interesting night now. I’ll never forgive my friend who spilt it.

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Marvel comic chronological order.

How do you know the order of reading marvel comic?what i mean is, if i follow a specific series like X-men how do i know what to read next? ok yes i can read Vol.1 through Vol. what ever number in a specific series but there are so many series’s with the name X-men so how do i know what came before what? is…

In the late Eighties there was a series of comic/magazines. One was X-Men Index which ran for 6 or 7 issues I believe. I think there were other Indexes too for other older titles like Avengers/Fantastic 4. In the X-Men index it obviously began with X-Men number one (1963), then continued numerically, but also including the X-Men’s appearances in other titles. For example, things like their brief pursuit of Magneto in ‘Journey Into Mystery’ #109 and the issues of Amazing Adventures which chronicled the Beast’s transformation from his ‘human’ phase into his hairy beastly self. Though the series only covered up to issue 137 I think.There was also a similar index in the 90’s, though I seem to think it wasnt as detailed in certain areas. Looking on Ebay, there’s a current new index of Avengers/Thor and Captain America. And an X-Men Graphic Novel Index.There’s also the Overstreet Comic Price Guide book. Its gives prices of comics, but also gives dates and will list everything I would imagine in the Marvel Universe. I used to love researching comics and appearances of characters using this and a UK version (in the days before internet). You may be able to pick up a copy from a year or two ago from Ebay or Amazon which should be quite cheap.

Suffering from harry potter withdrawal, need help badly.

Ok so the first harry potter came out when I was in first grade. My two sisters were huge harry potter fans, and I’ve grown up with the series. The last two I even saw at the midnight release. Today I saw the seventh movie and I’m really really really depressed. I haven’t read the 6th and 7th book…

Ugh! I know how you feel. I cried just before reading the epilogue in Deathly Hallows because I knew it was over, and it felt like there would be no more Harry Potter anything in my life. I was happy to find myself mistaken. I had honestly thought the Harry Potter craze would dye down now that the books are complete but it hasn’t. There are many things you can do that’s Harry Potter.As you haven’t read the 6th book, you could start with that.J.K Rowling has written other books related to Harry Potter for charity. There’s ‘Tales of the Beetle and the Bard,’ ‘Quidditch Through The Ages,’ and ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.’There’s also a Harry Potter Prequel that she wrote, also for charity. You can read it in the link below as it isn’t available to buy (as far as I know).http://crushable.com/entertainment/the-h…Have you seen the Harry Potter Puppet Pals?http://www.youtube.com/potterpuppetpalsWhat about A Very Potter Musical or A Very Potter Sequel?A Very Potter Musical:http://www.youtube.com/user/StarKidPotte…A Very Potter Sequel:http://www.youtube.com/user/StarKidPotter#p/c/86C718AEE71C9DE9Have you ever tried any of the candy in Harry Potter? You can find some here.http://www.candywarehouse.com/harrypotter.htmlHave you ever thought of visiting the theme park?http://www.universalorlando.com/harrypotter/If you’re ever in London you could visit King’s Cross station and see Platform 9 and 3/4.http://www.kingscrossstation.com/images/Platform_9_3_4.jpgAside from all that there’s everything from recipes to do at home, fan art, fanfiction, podcasts, Wizard rock (an entire genre of music dedicated to things Harry Potter related), etc.Harry Potter is the best series of all time, and I truly think it will live on as a classic. Fans will introduce it to their children if they haven’t already, and those children will delight in the wizarding world as their parents generation did. lol, I can see myself as an old lady lecturing to my grandchildren of how back in my day, we had to wait for the next book to come out. ;D

Can you give me some book recommendations.

I like fantasy books like Eragon where there are dragons and magic but I also like science fiction books like The Hunger Games that take place in post-apocalyptic environments. It’d also be nice if the book had good character development (unlike many books I’ve read) and sequels or upcoming sequels. A war…

Okay, I don’t know how old you are so i don’t know how you feel about sexual content in your books. So I will list the age group and why next to the book along with why I like it.Valdamar series by Mercedes Lackey starts with the black gryphon, the white gryphon, the silver gryphon. There are like eight trilogys in the series and about six individual novels. What I love about this series is that all the characters are fantastic, all the books go together even the individual novels like Take a Theif goes into The winds of change trilogy. It has some mild descriptions of sex so I would rate this Jr. high readers and older. Must read.Dragon Joulsters by Mercedes Lackey This has dragons in it and unlike Eragon they are just meat eating beasts. But it is more realistic that way too. it is set in Ainchent egypt settings and is the epic tale of a surf boy Vetch who is taken from his abusive owner by a dragon joulster to become his dragon boy. A dragon boy is like a kennel boy only for dragons. Vetch loves his new master Kashet who is the most decorated joulster in the Tian army but still wants to be free. So he devises a plan to excape back to his homeland Alta. For grades 4 – 8. Love it read it.Dresden files by Jim ButcherOkay this is the one I was hesitent to recomend. Harry Dresden is my all time favorite book character and i have read hundreads of fantasy and sci fi books. He is hilarious with his oneliners and situations he gets himself in. There are about thirteen books out now with more to come. For gradees Senior high and older. Violance language and explicit descriptions of sexYou know Christopher Paulini is the author of the Inheritance series…well I found on youtube a clip of him recomending his favorite fantasy books. They are all for young readers in elementry school but some like Fable Haven is a good read. Although I don’t like how in every book he recomended his female characters just sit in a corner and cry when fighting breaks out. FableHaven really burns me on that. All the girl did was finding someone else to fight for her never doing the fighting herself. But I’d still recomend it. Here is the linkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJxYyX0sF…

How well do you know Harry Potter and the rest of the series.

Take my little quiz and see :D1. What is Prof. Dumbledore’s full name?2. What is Felix Felicis?3. What Squib lives on Privet Drive?4. Of all the Dursleys, who is most closely related to Harry?5. Who could have taken Harry’s place as the ‘marked man’?6. Who made the prophecy…

1. What is Prof. Dumbledore’s full name?Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore2. What is Felix Felicis?A potion that makes you lucky for a portion of the day.3. What Squib lives on Privet Drive?I think Arabella Figg? I know her last name was Figg..4. Of all the Dursleys, who is most closely related to Harry?Aunt Petunia. She’s Lily’s sister5. Who could have taken Harry’s place as the ‘marked man’?Neville Longbottom6. Who made the prophecy about Harry and You-Know-Who? Who did he/she make it to? Do they know?Professor Trelawney to Dumbledore. No, she unknowingly made it.7. How many Horcruxes did You-Know-Who make?7, including one inside Harry8. Name five members of the Order of the Phoenix.Tonks, Dumbledore, Mad Eye Moody, Lupin, Sirius Black, Snape, Kingsley Shacklebot…9. What are the Deathly Hallows and who came closest to possessing all of them (name two people).The Elder Wand, the Invisibility Cloak, and the Resurrection Stone. Dumbledore and…was it Voldemort?10. Who wrote the book ‘Fantastic Beasts and where to find Them’?Uh…Newt Scamander

How many books did JK Rowling make.

I want to know how many books JK Rowling made I know there is 7 main books but what else did she make?

10, excluding the new she’s working on.You said you already knew of the main ones, so here the rest of them she wrote for charity:Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find ThemQuidditch Through the AgesTales of Beedle the BardTo other Answerers:~JK Rowling is a she~She wrote more than the main series~She didn’t “make” them; she wrote them, that is correct~Deathly Hallows was one book~It’s called Sorcerer’s Stone in other countries, such as mine

how many harry potter books are there.

also do you like them ?and how many harry potter movies are there?are there making any more?sorry but I just got interested in harry potter so yeah.^_^

There are several Harry Potter books that I enjoy reading.Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone / Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s StoneHarry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsHarry Potter and the Prisoner of AzkabanHarry Potter and the Goblet of FireHarry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixHarry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceHarry Potter and the Deathly HallowsHarry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone is just the US release of the book Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was the UK edition. Correct me if I’m wrong.Also J.K. Rowling made two separate books for Comic Relief;Quidditch Through the AgesFantastic Beasts and Where to Find ThemShe also wrote several copies of “The tales of Beedle the Bard”. Six were given away the seventh was sold at an auction for £1.95 million, which was donated to the Children’s Voice campaign.I think that she said that she planned to write a Harry Potter Encyclopedia which, if it’s true, I’m looking forward to it.There are five movies out so far;Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s StoneHarry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsHarry Potter and the Prisoner of AzkabanHarry Potter and the Goblet of FireHarry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixBut there is going to be eight all together. The reason for the extra movie is because recently it has been announced that the final movie is to be spilt in two parts, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Part 1 is scheduled for release in November 2010 and Part 2 in May 2011 so there is going to be a six month wait.It is unlikely that there are going to be any more adventures in the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. I think she said that she was done with the series so she won’t keep going on it.I am a fan of the Harry Potter series as it is a good read. Shame the books have ended. Hope this answered all your questions.For all the Harry Potter information you need go to http://www.mugglenet.comAlso try listening to MuggleCast which is the podcast from Mugglenet. http://www.mugglecast.com

How many Harry potter books has been released so far.

There are seven books in the series, all have been released:1. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone2. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets3. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban4. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire5. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix6. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince7. Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsThen, there have been several supplemental books:1. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (a Hogwarts textbook)2. Quidditch Through the Ages (a book Harry read for fun in the series)She also wrote 7 copies of The Tales of Beetle the Bard, a collection of children’s fairy tales that is bequeathed to Ron by Dumbledore in the final book. This was originally auctioned off, and will be published internationally in December.She also wrote an 800-page prequel in 2008 for a fundraiser.The first five movies have been released, and the sixth one will be released in July of 2009.

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71 thoughts on “How Many Books Are In The Fantastic Beasts Series

  1. I have a book shelf nailed to my bedroom wall. I don’t exactly have them organized in a specific way. The ones that I am currently reading are put on the ends of the shelf. I keep all the books that are by the same author grouped together. I would *never* just put them on the floor to be trampled on! Such an idea makes me cringe!2: A potion of some sort. It .. turns people into cats.YOU WILL LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!Honestly the only person I can think of is Harry, maybe Dumbledoore?There are 7 books.http://www.mugglenet.com/Now retired, he lives in Dorset with his wife Porpentina and their pet Kneazles: Hoppy, Milly and Mauler. He has a grandson named Rolf, who married Luna Lovegood some time after the events of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.2- The Luck Potion.i think precisely the comparable way you do. in spite of everything the different HP books i could be somewhat in withdrawl yet a minimum of I had the subsequent e book to wait for. Now there is not any longer something. She (JK) reported she ought to write an HP Encyclopedia and that i’m hoping she does yet that’s merely no longer the comparable. i replaced into satisfied although by using fact I observed her on an interview and he or she reported that Harry and Ron have been aurors and Hermione replaced into extreme up interior the dep. of magical regulation. until i detect yet another e book i’m merely going to have a hollow in my abdomen. I have not have been given any concept what to study now. I advise, i admire lots of alternative stuff yet i could % to have something to fill the HP void. I completely commiserate with you.

  2. There are 5 movies so far, but they plan on doing the entire series. The Half-Blood Prince comes out in November of this year.Oh, and if you would like even more info, I suggest http://www.mugglenet.com. It’s a great fansite with details on all of the books and movies. Plus some extra stuff I can’t remember.

  3. Warriors Cats!Uh…I don’t have a bookshelf. All my books come from the library, but if you’re asking where those are…most of them are in my closet, in a corner, and there are a few books in the laundry room, in a box full of…stuff and one or two might be on the floor.

  4. -Sorcerer’s stone6. I belive it was Professor Trelawney, back in the day. Not sure who she said it to, but she doesn’t remember making it.Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s StoneIn the film version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Newt Scamander’s name appeared on the Marauder’s Map. Why he was at Hogwarts was not addressed.Order of the PhoenixAll seven of the official books in the Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling have been released (Sorcerer’s/Philosopher’s Stone, Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire, Order of the Phoenix, Half-Blood Prince, and Deathly Hallows). “Magical Beasts and Where to Find Them” and “Quidditch Through the Ages” have also been released by Rowling. Hundreds of unofficial books published ABOUT the series written by fans and other people have also been written.

  5. -The Sorcerer’s StoneI LOVE love love Harry Potter, I am a hard core fan!Harry Potter Official EncyclopediaHarry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone-The Half-Blood Prince

  6. Yes, I have a bookshelf but not all my books fit in it. I need to get rid of some and the ones that I no longer like are stacked on the floor – but I do *not* tromp all over them. :-)-prisoner of azkabanTry reading something else, maybe? There are lots of good books that aren’t Harry Potter.

  7. On my shelf by authors last name…that’s what I do with my CDs too.Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireMaximum RideChamber of SecretsTales of Beetle the BardYou know, the one with an extraordinarily large and impressive library.

  8. I think most of them are water stains. I know I have gotten a few drops of coffee, soup, and juice on a few of my books, though.

  9. Prisoner of AzkabanI am reading the seventh book now and I am a late fan of the HP series. Late in the sense that I started to take interest pretty late after the first two films had already come out.The tales of beadle the bard

  10. She also wrote seven copies of ” The tales of Beedle the Bard”, six of which were given away, and the seventh was sold in a auction.

  11. In general, the higher the shelf, the higher the book’s ranking on my favorites list. Since I mainly like fantasy, the top shelf is mostly fantasy, but my German books and Markus Zusak’s “The Book Thief”, among other things, are up there too. Second shelf is Harry Potter and all my animal books. Third shelf is comedy and university stuff. Fourth is children’s books (don’t laugh) and anything I haven’t read yet. Bottom shelf is all the books that won’t fit in the other shelves because of their height – a rather eclectic mixture there.There are also two other books, which are a spin-off from the main series: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Quidditch through the ages.Mortal Instruments3- Mrs.Figg and all her cats lol

  12. Uhm just read book 6 and 7 again. Also part 2 is coming out next year so you have something to look forward to. Otherwise you can also read and watch lotr books and movies.

  13. There are also 2 books that JK wrote for charity called “Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them” and “Quidditch Through the Ages”I don’t understand why this was posted, as there is no question. Why would you be depressed if you haven’t read a book?

  14. After graduating from Hogwarts, Scamander joined the Ministry of Magic in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. His career included a brief stint in the Office of House-Elf Relocation, a transfer to the Beast Division, the creation of the Werewolf Register in 1947, the 1965 passage of the Ban on Experimental Breeding, and many research trips for the Dragon Research and Restraint Bureau. His contributions to Magizoology earned him an Order of Merlin, Second Class in 1979.Here is the link and description4. Aunt Petunia is Harry’s only living blood relative.And you’re not a dork for asking this question=D Only cool people care about the condition of books.

  15. I LOVE them.This depends on what you classify as “Harry Potter books”. Official (written by J.K. Rowling) and/or unofficial (not by J.K. Rowling). I’ve included both in my answer. :]10. …….. Uncle Dursley.

  16. 6. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.8. Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, and Luna. … Or .. wait, is the order the kids or the adults?I do have some books with stains on them, but they all come from used bookstores. The most common is the coffee cup ring stain!

  17. Half Blood Prince July 15!My copy of OOTP has a brown stain in it from the time I ate a brownie while reading. I dropped a crumb, tried to flick it off, and inadvertently smooshed it across the margin a bit. That’s all I can remember off the top of my head.Just the seven… I wish that there were others!

  18. -The Goblet of FireGoblet of FireHarry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban-The Prisoner of AzkabanPhilosophers StoneI have a little walk-in closet that’s more like a storage area. I store all my books in there. They’re divided into 4 sections (roughly): children’s books, philosophy and religion, novels, and young adult novels… nonfiction stories are on a shelf next to my dictionary and thesaurus and there’s a few random piles of books that I don’t know what to do with or don’t want anymore and have posted on bookmooch.com.She wrote 7 books and is writing a young adult novel right now.

  19. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (Book 1) by J. K. Rowling has lived a dismal life with his aunt and uncle, the Dursleys. He sleeps in a closet and has never had a birthday party or Christmas presents. Even worse, he has to endure life with his horrible spoiled cousin, Dudley. Then on Harry’s eleventh birthday, things change when a letter arrives, (by owl), inviting him to attend the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Suddenly Harry finds himself among friends, learning about potion-making and magic-wand waving and broomstick riding. There’re chocolate frogs and Every Flavor Beans and a three-headed dog and Quidditch-a game better than soccer.

  20. You’re a huge dork for asking this question. I mean, massive! I can smell the dorkiness from here, it’s so strong.

  21. Published books are:I try my best to take care of all my books, but the HC’s get more attention that the paperbacks.4. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.You can be kept busy with these for a long long time.

  22. 5. ??1. Harry Potter and and the Sorcerer’s ( /Philosopher’s ) stone.Tales of Beedle the Bard comes out in December.

  23. But next to my bed I have a huge stack of World Encyclopedias. I use it as an end table. I probably have a few old chapter books scattered around the house – behind the sofa, in my garage, and behind hard to reach and tight spaces.-legend of the dealthy hollows

  24. There are currently 5 movies out, the 6th will be released November 2009, and the 7th (which is going to be made in 2 parts) will be released November 2010 (Part 1) and may 2011 (Part 2)10. Fascinating beasts and where to find them

  25. -The Chamber of Secrets3. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.5. Harry Potter and Order of the Phoenix.Zam encounters a motley assortment of creatures, warriors, and supernatural beings as he travels the forbidding path through the “Dark Wood” of Darlandis.There are seven main books: The Philosophers Stone, The Chamber of Secrets, The Prisoner of Azkaban, The Goblet of Fire, The Order of the Phoenix, The Half-Blood Prince and The Deathly Hallows.I don’t throw my books around! Well…there have been instances where I’ve accidentally ripped pages or thrown books at my wall because I was mad at something. I got a bloody nose while reading the Half-Blood Prince and it seeped through at least 20 pages! And I was reading my Twilight book (I can’t believe I spent 8 bucks on that) and I spilt some water on the cover and it looks really bad now.1 thru 7. Harry Potter seriesSeven. All of the series is out.I cringe whenever I see a beat up book. Like a few months ago I was walking home from school and I found an battered Deathly Hallows book (I was in shock). You should see it – the spine is falling apart and can barely hold the book together. And there is a shoe print on the front cover.And if you were wondering I took the book, because I couldn’t just leave it there. It is currently sitting on my shelf next to my other clean copy of the Deathly Hallows.Percy Jackson and the OlympiansHarry Potter and the…Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

  26. It is an amazing novel very engaging and the characters and creatures are stellar. Check it out and tell all your friends you are giving them a gift LOL A FREE BOOK… Ha HaHarry Potter and the Sorcerer’s StoneI would try the Bartimaeus Trilogy by Johnathan Stroud and/or Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling for the magic and there is dragons in the books.

  27. Evil seeks to end his life before his call can be fulfilled. Dragons, Grimmals, Shadow Vermin, and Seritheen pursue, as Zam moves beyond his fear into the battles he must face in hopes of freeing a friend, finding a love, and discovering a life larger than he ever dreamed possible.

  28. Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsPrisoner of AzkabanUgliesSo what’s the question?You didn’t state the question clearly.

  29. Matched9. Deathly Hallows? … I’m not sure.Gallagher GirlsThe last, seventh book that I am reading at the moment is going to be filmed into two films and not three as one of my friends stated above. So, there are going to be eight films in all for the seven books. Both the films will be shot once but released with a gap in between. The first film will come out in 2010 autumn and the second part in the summer to follow.

  30. Though Rowling has never hidden the fact that she is the author of Fantastic Beasts, “Newt Scamander” can nevertheless be considered a pseudonym of hers, as he is technically the author listed on the book’s cover.Deathly Hallows

  31. Harry Potter and the-The Order of the PheonixThe Uglies-chamber of secretsFantastic Beasts and where to find themThey aren’t organized, really. Library books go together, nonfiction textbooks and reference books are together, then everything fiction goes wherever there’s room for them. Mostly standing straight, spines out, except for one stack of texts for school. The only thing that’s grouped is my HP books. I don’t mind as long as the books are there. They aren’t that many either. Recently we cleared the shelves of books my dad used in college. Yeah, we have a book on the German language. My dad doesn’t know any German. Anyway, it freed up some space for the books that were under my bed. The only one that’s not on a shelf, besides the ones being read at the moment, is a collection of Kate Chopin’s short stories which is inside the box my laptop sits on.

  32. Order of the Phoenix Half-Blood PrinceTill date, five films have come out, uptil the Order of the Phoenix book.I have an entertainment center in my bedroom that holds my TV, stereo, VCR, and DVD player, as well as having one of the shelves dedicated to my books. This was always adequate space until recently as I’ve started to accumulate more books. So the shelf holds the ones that were there first like my Jack London novels and other books that I got years ago, and the rest are stacked up 10-20 high on my large bedside table next to my lamp and my alarm clock. Even that is filling up so much that I now have a few lying on top of my stereo. But my dad is building me a bookshelf this summer so I’m excited to finally be able to have a proper place to store my books; and once I do I’ll probably store them alphabetically by author. I’m 17 now and I plan on having a library in my future house lol. And I think that it’s an interesting question 🙂

  33. 4- Blood wise? Aunt petuniaIn the near future books such as “The Tales of Beetle the Bard” and The Harry Potter Encyclopedia (aka The “Scottish Book”) written by J.K. Rowling will be published adding new canon to the series. An unofficial book based off the Harry Potter fandom, “Harry, A History” by Melissa Anelli, will be released this November.

  34. I recommend visiting this site for all things Harry related, it is the best HP site on the net that there is!Treasures of Darkness Treasures of Light – Through the Dark Wood and EPIC FANTASY novel by Geno Allen is on Amazon right now for FREE Christmas Day promotion. You can download the book direct from Amazon.com for FREE.Mine are on a bookshelf, and they were alphabetical at one point. I simply have no more room now, so I’ve taken to stacking the extras on top of the rows on the book shelf. Oh, and a few years ago I boxed up a hundred or so paperbacks, which are sitting patiently in my closet for the day I get more space. *sigh*There are 7 Harry books and 2 school booksUh… all of them. So 7

  35. -half-blood prince7I guess you first should have read the books BEFORE you saw the movie.Deathly Hallows part 1 part 2I also have a shelf of books that I really really liked and have decided to keep separate from the rest of the collection for that particular reason.I have Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (in the laundry room) which has a stain on it. It’s from…ink, I believe. Something like that. Oh, and fingerprints that got on there when somebody (because I wasn’t the only one picking up that book, you know) touched it without washing their hands after eating. This is the worst stain to get on a book, by the way, so it annoys me a lot.Here are my favorite marvel movies AND YOUR RIGHT ABOUT IRON MAN 2 JUST LIKE ANY OTHER SEQUEL Spider-Man 1 2 and 3 Iron Man 1 Captain America The First Avenger July 22 2011 Thor May 20th Spider-Man 4 July 2012 All X-Mens

  36. technological expertise FICTION all human beings ignores sci-fi however the certainty is that some books are almost a million/2 philosophy. examine Stranger in a unprecedented Land via Robert A. Heinlein, Prey via Michael Crichton, and 2001: an area Odyssey or Rendevous With Rama via Arthur C. Clarke. Plus, I agree that Agatha Christie is a could-examine. After Shakespeare and the Bible, she has bought the main form of books international ever. Her suitable are and then there have been None, The homicide of Roger Ackroyd, homicide on the Orient exhibit

  37. Within the sections, the books are shelved and stacked in a way that makes some kind of sense to me, but doesn’t really fall under any kind of system. I like to keep authors together and I try to keep books that I deem “similar” together (however I choose to define “similar”). And then I generally make piles of what I have read and have not read yet to help me determine what I should read next.

  38. Erm I doubt im the first to anwser but… This was fun and thanksThe Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud9. Quidditch thru the agesRead them they are really excellent

  39. http://amzn.com/B00AE31PBGDo any of my books have stains? Not any of my own books. Some of the books that I borrowed from other people have a few stains on them, but those were already there. Though one of my books is falling apart, which makes me sad…. :(Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows7

  40. 6- Regulus Black or Trewalny? ah i dont know *palm to face*Harry Potter and the Prisoner of AzkabanHarry Potter and the…Quidditch through the agesHave fun!!!

  41. Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsIf I did have a bookshelf (oh, say if I was a book collector, or something), then they’d be stacked in alphabetical order (according to author), color of cover (shoot me, this is important to me, okay), and genre. I’d also put my least favorite books at the bottom of the bookshelf (since I imagine I would be too lazy to bend over and pick one up from there and because I’d read the books from the highest shelf to the lowest shelf) and the most interesting books on the top shelves. Alas, this is only in my dreams, since my mom has not bought me that dream house yet.Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince-goblet of fireSeventeen year old orphan Zam Windwater lives the life of a humble shepherd until a mysterious messenger brings news that Zam is in terrible danger. Now he must leave his home and shepherd’s life to take up the adventurer’s mantle on a perilous quest, the full purpose of which remains a mystery to be discovered.The movies are fun to watch and I really like them, but nothing can ever compare to the books. Considering all the detail involved in the books, the movies have done well so far. But you really need to read all the books, it is not possible to include half of the details from the books in the movies, it just can’t be done but they have done well anyway. Nothing compares to the books!lol, I guess J. K. Rowling never saw this coming.There are 7 books3: Shoot, that old lady that used to baby-sit Harry. I know a Squib is a person that can’t do magic very well, like Filch.Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixYes, most of the seven are good.

  42. Most of the book stains I have are not from me. I buy used books a lot and as long as it’s not puke or blood, or crusty or hard, I’m ok with it.Half-blood PrinceChamber of SecretsUpcoming Harry Potter-related books are:Along with Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them and Quidditch Through The AgesHere are a list of the books in release order:Harry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceThere’re so many books that can keep you busy for a while, they’re really fun to catch on with. There are four main series, a fifth in the process, a super edition series, a manga series, an e book series that’s soon going to be printed into a book…. there’s just so much! There’s a new super edition every year. The one in 2013 will be the sixth, and they’re twice as long as the regular warriors books.The city of ember

  43. I like them very much. The books are better, because there is much more plot and detail involved. But the movies are still awesome. ^_^7. Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows.7 books. First 5 books have been made as movies so far. They are currently filming the sixth movie, based obviously on the sixth book, ‘Half-Blood Prince’ which is due out at the end of this year. Seventh movie is being made into TWO not three parts. They start filming that early next year. Part one is scheduled for release in November 2010 and Part 2 in May 2011 so there is gonna be a big wait. They are shooting both parts together and is set to take up all next year.They are 7 books in Total8. Tales of Beedle and Bard

  44. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of AzkabanThe previous Headmaster wasn’t Newt Scamander. It was someone else……… OH GOD, I am FORGETTING STUFF!

  45. Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixShe made 1-0 books.The Fire Within2. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.Troll

  46. there are 7 harry potter books. Yes i do like them. theres going to be 7 or 8 movies. They’re making more movies, but I don’t think J.K. Rowling is writing any books

  47. Welcome to the world of Harry Potter.5- Neville Longbottom, but Voldemort chose HarryHarry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixAnd then she has written these for charity:Newton “Newt” Artemis Fido Scamander is the fictional author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, born in 1897. According to the “About the Author” section of the book, Scamander became a magizoologist because of his own interest in fabulous beasts and the encouragement of his mother, an enthusiastic Hippogriff breeder.7- 7Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsHOORAH!

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