You have read all the Harry Potter books but there are some abstrusities left? What are Quintaped, Puffskein or Knarls? Where and how do they live? What do they eat? Or how was Quidditch invented? How did it develop and was improved? Where did Golden Snitch come from or how did the Bludgers come into existence?
The well-known author of Harry Potter books series has prepared answers for all your questions. After finishing the last book about Harry Potter she wrote the additional book series which reveals us all the points which are not so focused on in the story about Harry Potter. The “Hogwarts Library” book series consists of three books: “Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them”, “Quidditch Through the Ages” and a kind of advertising bonus “The Tales of Beedle the Bard”, which is a collection of fairy tales/fables from the wizarding world.
You can learn the fantastic creatures of the Harry Potter’s world together with Newt Scamander in “Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them” where he gives us their classification and describes his adventures while tracking them. But it’s not so boring as it may seem at the first sight. You will be surprised how funny it may be to read about some beasts and the notes from our beloved characters Harry, Ron, and Hermione make the book, despite of being educating, so pleasant to read.
The title of the book “Quidditch Through the Ages” speaks for itself. Being a sort of reference book describing the history of the game, its rules, fouls, penalties, and so much more it involves small anecdotes, a lot of little stories and facts about Quidditch itself and players throughout history.
“The Tales of Beedle the Bard” contains five richly diverse fairy tales, each with its own magical character, which will variously bring delight, laughter and the thrill of mortal peril. Essential and enjoyable reading for Muggles and wizards alike, The Tales of Beedle the Bard is a uniquely magical volume with illuminating notes by Albus Dumbledore.
It was much easier to read as a continuous novel. It’s an actual collection of stories, each with commentary from Albus Dumbledore after them, breaking down the true message and possible information surrounding the retellings and modifications to the tale.