$3.99 Each New Ebook - Series From The Pottermore Archives @ Kobo

23 August 2016
Who Wants More Harry Potter?

How would you like to read a trio of wizarding books - namely, more Harry Potter in the form of ebooks! The 'covers' of the ebooks are stunning in their design but it's what's inside that will intrigue you.

For those who just can't get enough Harry Potter, you'll find a new depth to the Harry Potter stories in the new ebook series from the Pottermore Archives. In these ebooks, you'll discover details about the stories, settings and characters that will fill you in even more in the fascinating world of Harry Potter!

Sept. 6th is the release date for these ebooks but you can pre-order them now from several online retailers such as Kobo, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, and Amazon.com. If you purchase from Kobo each ebook is $3.99 and it's in Canadian currency. You may be offered a $5 credit for signing up, check it out!

The 3 ebooks that will be available are as follows:

  • Hogwarts: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide will involve the wizarding school and provide details about the Hogwarts ghosts and the sorting hat.
  • Short Stories from Hogwarts of Power, Politics and Pesky Poltergeists gets deeper into the darker part of the HP stories. You'll discover the atrocities of the Azkaban prison and readers get to read a new piece of work by J.K. Rowling pertaining to Horace Slughorn.
  • Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies, will fill you in on Hogwarts staff. Silvanus Kettleburn will be touched upon, and readers are again treated to new writing from J.K. Rowling. This time it's to do with Minerva McGonagall.

You can pre-order your ebooks right here:

Kobo Books

Enjoy your new ebooks when they're released on Sept. 6th!

TOPICS:   Books

1 comment

  • BookieMonster

    If you have a Kindle reader, not to worry. These books are also available at Amazon.ca for $3.99 in English, French, and Spanish. (Personally I prefer the Kobo readers, which are currently on sale at Indigo.ca and in-store.)

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