Harry Potter and The Goblet Of Fire by Rowling, J KMany people now collect J. My own book shelves host two complete sets so far , one American hardcover and one British paperback , and one set-in-progress the illustrated editions. Naturally, the hardcovers are no longer in great shape, having been read by every family member multiple times, but replacing them with pristine copies is stangely unappealing. It's in-part their hard-earned imperfections that make these books so beloved by us. Unlike the previous edition, which featured the linked-spine binding by Kazu Kibuishi, the Selznick covers form a mural when shelved in order face-out see animation below. The Harry Potter phenomen is credited with many things, such as making reading cool again, but I believe it also introduced a generation to the idea of collecting books.
READING HARRY POTTER FOR THE FIRST TIME: Goblet Of Fire
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There are still some quirks that distinguish early American editions. These new editions of the classic and internationally bestselling, to bring Harry Potter to the next generation of reade. A collectable first edition. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
Else, a fine and unmarked copy in the bright and fine jacket. New York: Scholastic Press. But did you know some original Harry Potter books are so rare they can command staggering prices from collectors and auctions.