Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban: Illustrated Edition (Hardcover)

Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban: Illustrated Edition (Hardcover)Amazon
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: The Illustrated Edition
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: The Illustrated Edition
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I’ve got my money for book 4 ready to go I just need someone to take it lol!

 

Great deal OP! Too bad I’ve owned this for a while and paid much more than this originally.

I hear you. After my wife sunk nearly 0 last night into Harry Potter bedding for my daughter, I now understand why JK is so loaded!
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same! I’m tempted to pick up a second but I definitely don’t need it!

Use promo novbook18 (Amazon)on + of eligible books for off. Should be easy enough to find something around

This one is significantly underillustrated, maybe moreso than chamber. The books are getting longer and they’re sacrificing picture pages. Still fun but lots of doodles and accents rather than detail and scene.

Looks like Chamber is .93 as well.

Book 2 is on sale for .93

 

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Harry-…d=50986783

Alright, guys, so I love Harry Potter. I’ve read the series several times myself, and read aloud to my daughter (12) for the past couple of years a chapter a night or so. I have a 3 yr old who LOVES being read to, but definitely likes being able to see what is going on. How illustrated are these? I saw one comment about PoA being a little underillustrated. How are SS/PS and CoS? Enough to keep a 3 yr olds attention? For disclosure, he will watch the beginning of the first movie, but will eventually tire of it.

EDIT: Code is for Amazon, not Walmart…

 

Sorry, this code is not applicable.

 

Damn I just requested an order cancellation too based on this
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Promo code NOVBOOK18 worked for me. Make sure all of the books are shipped and sold by Amazon
Sorry! It’s listed on the product page so I don’t know why it’s not working. I did just find out you can only use this code once though (I used it on a separate order a few days ago).
Crap, I’m a moron, I tried this in the Walmart order.

 

Holiday deal hunting brain….

Either way, thanks OP! Got my wife’s Christmas present.

SPECIAL NOTE: For U.S. customers purchasing the illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, you will notice the text has NOT been converted to the “Americanized” version of the original U.S. releases (with the exception of changing all “Philosopher’s Stone” mentions to “Sorcerer’s Stone”). So far, I have noticed the following: (EU/US) dialling / dialing; Shan’t! / Won’t!; sherbet lemon / lemon drop; motorbike / motorcycle; and dustbin / trashcan. For many purists of the series who never liked the idea of modifying the original text for an American audience, this is a good thing. Good or bad is naturally for each reader to decide–just know, if you plan to read the books while listening to Jim Dale’s audiobooks, you’ll notice a few superficial differences.

The quality of this new illustrated edition is phenomenal. I’ve been excited about the release of this book since it was announced, but I never expected the book as a whole to be so well crafted.

A couple of things to note:
1. Underneath the book jacket, the novel is bound in a sturdy red hardback with gold lettering on the spine.
2. The paper is thick with an eggshell glossy finish.
3. All chapter intros are illustrated.
4. Some images take up full pages or multiple pages. Most illustrations share the page with text.
5. Every inch of the book is illustrated or decorated in some fashion. There are NO white pages in the book. Even the pages without large illustrations have the paper printed and marked with ink blots or paper “stains”.

I would highly recommend this for anyone looking to read the series (again, or for the first time), especially if you plan to read this with someone younger. If this book is a demonstration of what is to come with the illustrated editions for the rest of the series, we’re all in for six more impeccable treats.