Two new books of Harry Potter to be released in October
On July 18, Bloomsbury announced two new books on Harry Potter would be released in the 20th-anniversary exhibition of the book published in the British Library in October.
The British Library says the first book is published under the special large photo format edition with title Harry Potter: A History of Magic, along with the original manuscript of the series and the exhibition materials.
The second book is Harry Potter: A Journey Through a History of Magic will cover many stories involving witches and mysterious creatures.
The exhibition will begin on October 20, 1974, and continue until February 28, 2018, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first volume of the series, the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.
Here, the organizers will display books on witchcraft, magical items and many precious archives related to the novel that have never been authored by J.K. Rowling reveals.
The exhibit was inspired by the subjects that Harry and his friends learned at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Fans will be able to discover the magical world of the living through many lessons on Astronomy, Defense against the Dark Arts, Divination, Herbology…
Also, the library’s staff also plans to include historical and mythological drafts in exhibits to help viewers see the connections of ancient magical traditions throughout the Harry Potter series.
Want to see these books turned into audiobooks?
Many books of Harry Potter were turned into audiobooks which helped to transport you closest to the magical world of Hogwarts and Witchcraft and Wizardry world. Thank for them, now we can enjoy a story while on a long drive, on the trip, or to help you to sleep at night.
Are you guys, like me, eagerly awaiting the audiobooks of these two books to be released? Are you accustomed to enjoying the story of the Harry Potter in the voice of Jim Dale or Stephen Fry?
There is still no information about the release of the two-book versions of the audiobooks, but as has happened in the past, we have the right to expect this to happen.