• Source Whisp ends the book with a salute to the “poetry and power of Quidditch” and a hope that the game will endure for many years to come. Read More
• Source published: March 12, 2001  in association with Scholastic Publishing, Arthur Levine Books  originally published 1952 by Whizz Hard Books, Diagon Alley, London  illustrated by J.K. Rowling A popular Hogwarts library book, reproduced for Muggles. The book covers the history of Quidditch from its origins… Read More
• Source In which the earliest known broomsticks are discussed. Read More
• Source In which many difficult Quidditch moves are discussed. Read More
• Source In which broom games that were popular prior to the development of Quidditch are discussed. Read More
• Source In which the evolution of Quidditch from its invention until the introduction of the Snidget in the middle of the thirteenth century is discussed. Read More
• Source In which the introduction of the Golden Snidget to the game of Quidditch is described, and the eventual replacement of the bird with the Golden Snitch. Read More
• Source In which the evolution of regulations governing the selection of Quidditch pitches is discussed. Read More
• Source In which the rules of Quidditch, and changes in them since the fourteenth century, are discussed. Read More
• Source In which the teams of the British and Irish Quidditch League are discussed in turn. Read More
• Source In which the history of Quidditch on various continents is discussed. Read More
• Source In which the history of the development of the racing broom is discussed, including the various manufacturers of famous brooms. Read More