Though Harry Potter has been beloved by adults and children alike since the series began in 1997, it has always been firmly classified as children’s literature. Until now, however, the books have never taken the classic form of young people’s literature: the picture book.
On Jan. 13, Scholastic and Bloomsbury, the publishers of the Harry Potter series, unveiled four illustrations from an upcoming, fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. The edition will be published Oct. 6 as the first full-color, fully illustrated version of the book, whi...
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