Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Illustrated Edition)

Welcome to a masterpiece. A beautiful gift; a treasure to keep for your entire life. Basically, nothing we say can explain the wonder of this book. It’s as powerful and magical as Harry’s phoenix-feather wand. The story of the greatest boy wizard of all time. Now with Jim Kay’s miraculous colour artwork. The Hogwarts sorting ceremony. Diagon Alley. Ollivander’s wand shop. Potion classes with Snape. Live through every moment again. Not just once but time after time after time.

  • Illustrated colour hardback of JK Rowling’s masterpiece
  • Stunning artwork by the illustrator of A Monster Calls
  • Jim Kay is a Kate Greenaway Medal winner
  • Over 400 million Harry Potter books sold

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Authors

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    J. K. Rowling

    J.K. Rowling is the best-selling author of the world famous Harry Potter books.

    Awards

    J.K. Rowling has won numerous awards for the Harry Potter books, including the Whitbread, Red House, Blue Peter and Smarties prizes. She was also awarded an OBE for services to literature in 2001.

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    Jim Kay

    Jim Kay is the illustrator of the 2012 Carnegie/Greenaway winner A Monster Calls.

    Awards

    Jim Kay was awarded the 2012 Kate Greenaway Award for A Monster Calls.

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