It’s been fifteen years since the release of the first book in J.K. Rowling’s record-breaking series, and interest has not died away. It’s truly stood the test of time, making the series an “official” classic.
In honor of the 15th anniversary of the release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Scholastic is giving the artwork for the entire series a makeover. 35 year-old American graphic artist, Kazu Kibuishi (a true Potter fan), has the honor of re-imagining the cover art for this iconic series. To read the full article go here.
For those of you who read the books back when they came out (read, a while ago), the following recap will refresh your memory.
The Harry Potter Series in Six Minutes
What’s your favorite Harry Potter moment?
What book, plot point, character, or scene (book or movie) in the series resonated most with you?
Wizarding minds want to know!