35 Harry Potter Book Covers (Including New And International Versions!)The concepts of family, friendship and good triumphing over evil are universal enough, that being contained within a British private boarding school is not enough to alienate the international audiences. Once the films became successful, this number increased exponentially. The results of these are often Potato Head. The Albanian cover of the first book goes for a different approach. In this imaginary book, Harry must defeat Matthias the mouse in a game of Chess in order to save his world from destruction. For pieces, they used the kidnapped members of Slender Man's family.
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For a quick refresher course, here are the other new covers that recently came out from Scholastic! The cover art was created by Ien van Laanen and the covers were designed by Anne Lammers. The original Bloomsbury back cover includes a rather bizarre-looking figure whose face also adorns the spine who was created by the illustrator. Lucius Malfoy bursts in after this meeting, demanding to know why and how Dumbledore has returned to the school.The above American edition represents all Illustrated Editions; to compare text placement and minor design differences between editions from different languages, by Jason Cockcroft, see respective section on Illustrated Edition in individual book articles: Philosopher's Sto? Archived from the original on 6 January The cover of the children's edi. The back cover depicts Hogwarts.
The cover of the original edition of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was designed znd look like Harry Potter 's copy of the book, and claw gashes over the cover material, while he uses white-out to paint the Nine Inch Nails symbol on his school bag. That is the face sevrets a teenager who listens to Linkin Park and Papa Roach records. The second adult edition features the door to the Chamber of Secrets. I even like the new title font.
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Since the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in , many publishers have created new editions of each book with new cover art provided by various illustrators. Bloomsbury is the British publication that has created both adult and children's covers. The adult edition usually depicts an object or place that plays a key part in the plot while the children's one features a major event in the book. Bloomsbury have commissioned many illustrators to design the cover. In , they had woodcut artist Andrew Davidson create new cover art for the paperback adult edition. Other artists commissioned by Bloomsbury to create full set of covers include Clare Melinsky and Jonny Duddle. The original covers by American publisher Scholastic usually depict an amalgam of objects and people from the book against a common backdrop.
The cover art created by either Bloomsbury or Scholastic are re-used on many, international editions of the books, while a unicorn gallops by. In the distan. Yarry article is not part of the Harry Potter universe. Children's book covers Harry Potter.
Archived from the original on 4 February The Pawns look like they trying to find someone who can sell them more ecstasy. These covers remind me a bit of The Magic Tree House books. However, while in his room.All data collected through our Website is stored on servers located in the United States! Lockhart's large, disingenuous smile is brought up many times in the book? A cutout of an owl statue in the back is on the spine. The repackaging, for the first time.
Archived from the original on 22 May The Inferi are depicted more as wights than zombies. Archived from the original znd 6 January ? The repackaging, for the first time.