• Source The film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is the first in the series of films based on the book by that name. Additional information: Deleted Scenes: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them… Read More
• Source Rowling wrote a series of essays about wands and wandmaking for Pottermore. These essays include biographical information about Mr Ollivander and details about wand attributes and composition. Mr Ollivander Wand Cores Wand Lengths & Flexibility… Read More
• Source Wizard of the Month feature on Rowling’s original website (JKR). It started in May 2004 and featured repeats of characters who had appeared on the Famous Wizard cards. In October 2005 the first new character appeared, “Fifi LaFolle (1888 – 1971) Author of the ‘Enchanted Encounters’ series.” Over the following… Read More
• Source Watson, E. (2014, February/March). J.K. Rowling: Author and Philanthropist. Wonderland Magazine, 184-185. Emma Watson and J.K. Rowling discuss the character of Hermione and her relationships with Ron and Harry. Read More
• Source This page lists ideas for teachers and classes. Transcript: Enid Pettigrew Quirinius Quirrell (1) Gilderoy Lockhart (2) and (6) ### Remus Lupin (3), (7)             Sinistra Enid Pettigrew (4), (6), (7) Oakden Hernshaw (5) SUBJECTS 3rd Year core subjects: Potions… Read More
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• Source Rowling wrote a series of essays, originally appearing on Pottermore, about various wizarding schools throughout the world. Aside from Hogwarts and Ilvermorny, which received extensive extra treatment, the essays described schools in Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. The introduction mentioned that there are eleven main magic schools in the… Read More
• Source WW refers to series of essays written by Rowling giving detailed biographical information about various witches and wizards in the Harry Potter books. Most of these essays originally appeared on Pottermore. Celestina Warbeck Celestina Warbeck fact file… Read More
• Source The Wizarding World of Harry Potter consists of two theme parks connected by a replica of the Hogwarts Express. Although the parks in general are recreations of the film sets and therefore not canon, Rowling herself contributed many details beyond what was already provided in the novels. Therefore some aspects… Read More